Re: Could you recommend CD/DVD writer program?



randall writes:
this list sets the "reply to" to the original sender of the message
instead of the list itself.

It does no such thing. Here is the relevant part of the header of your
message as received here. No "reply to" present.

Message-ID: <4AD0C8F8.4040804@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2009 19:48:40 +0200
From: randall <randall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: Could you recommend CD/DVD writer program?
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i always need to remove the TO and change the CC into TO, not sure if
it works the same on all mail clients but i use Thunderbird.

Use "reply-to-list":
<http://alumnit.ca/wiki/index.php?page=ReplyToListThunderbirdExtension>
I found that in five seconds with Google.

it might be more productive to send a polite request to change this
default behavior to the list maintainer instead of some other remarks
made in this thread.

Pointless. This has been discussed repeatedly for years. Your problem
is not that the list sets something you don't want but that it does not
set something you do want: "reply-to-list". That is not going to
change.
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John Hasler


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