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Re: cc'ing (was Re: Mozilla goes GTK+ instead of Qt)

On 01 Nov 1998 03:19:14 -600, Manoj Srivastava wrote:

> Steve> I didn't, just pointing out, again, what I pointed out before
> Steve> (check the archives yourself) that the "problems" associated
> Steve> with the reply-to being set are outweighed by people who don't
> Steve> trim when it ISN'T set.

>	In your opinion. I think there were people who were not
> convinced. 

    Manoj, don't make me sit here and count one day's worth of -devel and 
-users mail and seperate out how much gets CC'd.  A quick glance of debian
related mail since noon local is placing it at close to 40% getting CC'd

>	Quite correct. I do not trim, for I do not have to I do not
> spam people either. I just use decent software..

    You use bloated software that most people don't want to use.  Let's keep
it honest here.

>	Then there is one word I have to say to you: get a filter that
> eliminates duplicates. End of problem.

    Love to, babe, but, you see, not quite reasonable.  Why should I when the
answer is clear?  The list is sending out the mail, the reply-to should be
set to the list.

>	I would strongly object to the list stomping all over my
> reply-to headers, when I do set them. (I do that when temporarily
> answer my mail from inside a firewall in compaq, and I want the
> replies to go to my permanent address).

    Then don't answer list mail until you get home.  Wow, that was a tough
one, don't you think?

         Steve C. Lamb         | I'm your priest, I'm your shrink, I'm your
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