also sprach Cheryl Homiak <email@example.com> [2002.05.26.0043 +0200]: > I don't use mutt, so I don't know about follow-up-to (though am > considering mutt). However, I do know that i have to be careful when > replying to messages from this list. the default behavior when > I reply to this list, but not to most of my lists, is for the > message usually to be sent to the person rather than the list. If > I say "yes' to "reply to all recipients" the list ends up being the > cc. So if you get back a reply just to you instead of the entire > list, or if you get two copies of a message, one directly to you and > one to the list, it isn't necessarily because the person > deliberately put your address in. with mutt it's nice. if you have $followup_to set, then mutt will compare the To: address to all lists you told it about with $lists and $subscribe. a $lists entry is a mailing list which you know of, but which you haven't subscribed, so Mail-Followup-To will include your address so you receive replies. a $subscribe'd mailing list (one that mutt knows about through a $subscribe statement) causes Mail-Followup-To to only include the list address. if you also have $honor_followup_to set, then you have three keys in mutt: r - replies to the author only g - replies to the author and the list L - replies to the list only iff you know about the list ($lists & $subscribe, and the author hasn't included his addy in the MFT header). what else do you want? if you also have all your lists procmail'd to a subfilder (like i read this list in =lists/debian/user), then set this folder-hook . "bind index g group-reply ; bind pager g group-reply" folder-hook lists "bind index g list-reply ; bind pager g list-reply" and forget about L. just hit g, and it'll do everything automatically. -- martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.) \____ echo mailto: !#^."<*>"|tr "<*> mailto:" net@madduck echo '9,J8HD,fDGG8B@?:536FC5=8@I;C5?@H5B0D@5GBIELD54DL>@8L?:5GDEJ8LDG1' |\ sed ss,s50EBsg | tr 0-M 'p.wBt SgiIlxmLhan:o,erDsduv/cyP'
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