On Thu 3 June 2004 20:54, Paul Johnson wrote: > Tom Kuiper <email@example.com> writes: > > > > The way 'elm' parses the header, if I reply only to you, no copy > > goes to the list. So, I do a 'group reply' to pick up what is on > > the Cc: line. > > Ah, user error possibly caused by software bug. You should be using > reply-to-list instead. If your MUA (elm) doesn't have that, you've > found a bug and you should report it. Better yet, patch it so it has > it. Or go the lazy way out and switch to mutt, kmail, > sylpheed-claws, gnus or one of the other MUAs that doesn't suffer > from such a bug. It's 2003: Mailing lists have been around for a > couple decades now, there is zero excuse for not having > reply-to-list. Funnily enough, Elm is held up as an example of a "modern mailer" in the Reply-to munging essay even though it doesn't have a true reply-list function - only reply ('R)' and reply-group ('G'), which is really reply-all. http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html The world is still waiting for Thunderbird and/or Mozilla Mail to add this functionality so that Windows will finally have a modern mailer. -- David P James Ottawa, Ontario http://david.jamesnet.ca ICQ: #42891899, Jabber: firstname.lastname@example.org If you've lost something, you had to lose it, not loose it.