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Re: mutt + seperate folder for lists



On Sat, Feb 03, 2001 at 10:21:36AM +0100, Preben Randhol wrote:
> will trillich <will@serensoft.com> wrote on 03/02/2001 (10:12) :
> > if he's using mutt, no munging of the reply-to field is
> > necessary:
> > 
> > to reply to the sender, use mutt's "r" key. that'll reply
> > off-list to the sender, and nobody else will be the wiser.
> > 
> > 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:
> 
> Or you can use the "g" key which will send to both the list and the
> sender.

Except, given the conditions above, this is the wrong thing to do.
It's a list; use the reply to list function!

The world will be a better place when people start respecting
Mail-Followup-To:  :)

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