On Sat, Jan 25, 2003 at 02:16:23AM -0800, Alexander Hvostov said: > > > > But there are people who like to receive private /and/ public responses > > to list mailings > > Fine. Then use your mailer's 'reply to all' command. And what if you want the private replies to go somewhere other than your "From" address? That's what Reply-To is for, why do you want to strip it of that functionality? > In another email, I suggested another header to accomplish this, > explicitly requesting that list replies be CC'd to the sender. Something > like: > > X-CC-On-List-Replies: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Or, since there's an existing header in Usenet called "Followup-To", and we're trying to provide that same functionality in mailing lists, how about we call it "Mail-Followup-To"? No sense reinventing the wheel any more than necessary, right? -- "Under no circumstances will I ever purchase anything offered to me as the result of an unsolicited email message. Nor will I forward chain letters, petitions, mass mailings, or virus warnings to large numbers of others. This is my contribution to the survival of the online community." - Roger Ebert, "The Boulder Pledge"
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