Re: Gmail again
Another thing that really piss me off is when I want to reply a
message to the list.
Pressing `R` or clicking on `Reply` places the author of the current
email on the `To:` field, not the list address.
Let me know if anyone had a workaround for this in GMail.
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 2:32 PM, Alexander Kaphuk
> Marcelo Chiapparini wrote:
>> 2009/9/22 Alexander Kaphuk <email@example.com
>> Eduardo M KALINOWSKI wrote:
>> On Ter, 22 Set 2009, Alexander Kaphuk wrote:
>> As far as my initial email being sent three times in a
>> row. I do apologise for the incident. I didn't do it on
>> purpose though. I was under the impression that I would
>> receive a copy of that email straight after sending it
>> off. I thought that's what happened when I new post was
>> sent. It didn't arrive, so I thought I'd try sending it
>> again. Thought I'd mention about that, as I realise that
>> some people were a bit upset by that.
>> You did get the e-mail (well, at least the mailserver sent it
>> to you). But Gmail as a "feature" that causes this received
>> e-mail to be ignored because there is the same e-mail in your
>> Sent "folder". Once a reply is received, the whole
>> conversation is moved to the INBOX (or a label of your choice,
>> if you have a filter) again.
>> I see. Thanks for letting me know.
>> the solutions is to define a filter in gmail. The filter should put a
>> label (for example "debian-user") on every email with
>> "firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>" in the
>> "To:" field. This works fine for me. Besides putting the label, you can
>> choose to remove the email from the INBOX folder automatically as well.
>> My two cents.
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>> Marcelo Chiapparini
> Thanks a lot. I'll look into it.
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