Re: Content Management System sought
On 12/13/2002 8:42 PM, martin f krafft pounded the keyboard with stubby
fingers to type:
The point being - a proper mailer like mutt makes dealing with lists
very easy. If you prefer Mozilla, then you might want to consider
helping out to get that functionality into Mozilla...
Yep I know I've used "L" infrequently with mutt. It just so happens that most
lists, even in the Unix/Linux world use reply-to, so that feature wasn't used
/that/ much, personally, and I'm on a *fair amount* of comp related e-mail lists.
Just maybe Debian org, should run a list like everybody else. I really don't
understand why a perfectly logical reply-to header, gets everyone's panties in a
knot. If things are going to be that way, then you will just have to be a little
more accepting of duplicate copies in your mailbox. Sorry but that's the reality
of things. <shrug>
I do find it strange that Mozilla doesn't have a Group function, but hey it's
under development. There's no way I'm going backward to mutt, it had it's day
and I used it for 6 years, as well as slrn. Times change, and I find that for
work I need a client that deals with business mail better. Using two clients
just isn't feasible.
Anyway, we'll just have to "agree to disagree" I suppose. I like Debian and it's
philosophy, just one little issue of this e-mail list, bothers me, or actually
your reaction to you receiving a duplicate e-mail in your inbox - oh yeah your
signature about getting a real e-mail client to. Very condescending. No biggie,
Hopefully I helped you out, by pointing you to a good CMS, that's not *NUKE.
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