Re: mutt + seperate folder for lists
There doesnt seem to be any harm in declaring both 'lists' and
'subscribe' in your muttrc. I reccomend you see Tom Gilbert's .muttrc
(lots of which I use) at http://linuxbrit.co.uk for a real nice setup.
* will trillich (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 01:28:00PM -0600, Nathan E Norman wrote:
> > On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 01:12:55PM -0600, will trillich wrote:
> > > to reply PUBLICLY to a list, use mutt's "L" key. it looks for
> > > 'x-mailing-list' headers and uses that as the reply-to, but only
> > > *IF* you've set up your ~/.muttrc to recognize the list name:
> > >
> > > # ~/.muttrc
> > > lists debian-user debian-www debian-doc magick-user
> > ^^^^^
> > Actually, if you want the Mail-Followup-To: header set so you don't
> > get cc:ed, you should use "subscribe" instead of "list".
> > You are getting a Cc: of this message since your m-f-t is set
> > accordingly (that is, you used "list").
> i get two copies when that happens. one to me, one to the list
> (of which i'm a subscriber).
> i'll go nose around the docs to see what 'subscribe' does...
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