Re: Duplicate messages on this list
email@example.com (Steve Greenland) wrote on 07.12.97 in <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 07-Dec-1997 12:43:00, Kai Henningsen <email@example.com> wrote:
> > That's true. The problem, however, is that better solutions are next to
> > non-existant - I sure don't consider something that only works for a very
> > small number of mail clients a "solution".
> "Reply-to-all" + editing is available only with a "small number of clients"?
That's a "solution"? It's about as good as what I currently use (address
replies via the address book). It's also about as error prone.
> > Don't break the setup for 90% to cater to 10%. I think you are in the 10%
> > group, here.
> I don't think the ratio is that lob-sided. I think the main argument
> against the Reply-To: list munging is that you're more likely to send
Note that I don't advocate Reply-To: munging. I'm just attacking some
arguments against it. _I_ can live with the current setup, even though
it's definitely suboptimal.
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