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Re: Q: List Policy



On Sunday 16 November 2008 04:20, Ron Johnson wrote:
> The ability to set the Reply-to Address serves no
> purpose to someone subscribed to mailing lists, and wants to easily
> reply to the list.

I find the easiest, mostly client-independent way to do that is to 
Reply-To-All and then remove the email addresses I don't want to send to.  
(Also works with impromptu mailing lists.)

However, the Debian lists use the established, standard List-* headers.  If 
you client doesn't support them, please complain to the maintainer of your 
client.  (That may imply filing a Debian bug, but not against the mailing 
lists [infrastructure].)
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