Re: Editing /etc/apt/sources.list breaks update
On Sat, Sep 16, 2017 at 4:25 PM, Erik Christiansen
> The deficiency lies in your MUA settings. Take a look at the headers on
> the list traffic you receive:
> List-Id: <debian-user.lists.debian.org>
> List-Post: <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Without knowing which MUA you use, it's difficult to do the work for
> you, but if it's mutt, then adding a "subscribe debian-user.lists.debian.org"
> line to .muttrc may do the trick. (Depending on what else is or isn't
> set.) There, though, it is better to initiate a "List Reply" rather than
> a "Reply" (to author), in this use case. That works for me without the
> need for a subscribe line. (So no problem here. ;-)
I use the browser interface for GMail. Ok, it is not very geeky but it
works for me.
I cannot see any GMail setting that would affect this issue.
If somebody has ideas, please tell me.
I post to other mailing lists, too, mainly related to FPC and Lazarus
I don't remember setting anything for e-mail reply addresses.