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Feb 3, 2005, 8:53 AM
Post #8 of 8
I promise this is the last time I'll ever reply in one of
these threads (fingers crossed)...
On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 10:00:26PM +0100, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
> On Feb 2, 2005, at 21:53, Chris McDonough wrote:
> >I actually do like the "reply to sender, cc to list" as-is now, if only
> >because when I respond to a list message, and people respond to that,
> >their responses can show up in my Inbox rather than in my zope list
> >folder. It's easier for me to keep track of what's "important" that
> >way, although I think it's exactly what you're complaining about.
> >Remember, though: you do have a killfile. ;-)
> It is the same, but in an inverse way: List mail is never really
> important and gets sorted into folders. I don't want it directly in my
> Inbox, which is for important stuff.
This procmail rule works for me, taken directly from
# Weed out duplicate posts (e.g. to list AND to me)
:0 Wh: msgid.lock
| formail -D 8192 .msgid.cache
... but note that it also means that if people cross-post, the
message only shows up in one folder.
I also have rules like this one, that puts messages
to zope-web in its own folder:
Personally I don't like sending mail to both the list
and the recipient, because I don't like *getting* duplicates
so why would I send them? So I also have entries like this
in my .muttrc for the email client that Sucks Less (TM):
lists zope [at] zope
lists zope-cmf [at] zope
Then when I reply, I hit "l" and the reply goes to the
list address only.
> *ALL* other lists I am on (and there are tons) handle it the other way,
> where Reply To is always the list itself.
I share your preference, but this argument periodically comes
up and NEVER goes anywhere. There's no point to doing it again.
FWIW, I just did a quick look at the lists I'm on:
mangle Reply-To: 3
don't mangle Reply-To: 20
... so I'm a bit surprised that your list sample is so
different from mine.
... and yes, I have occasionally seen arguments on the lists that
set Reply-To that it should be taken away. Some people just don't
agree with us! I have had to accept that their preference
is valid, just as mine is.
FWIW, IIRC I have *never* seen a list change policy either way,
as a result of one of these discussions.
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