martin at marquesminen.com.ar
Wed Dec 12 14:39:23 UTC 2007
Les Mikesell escribió:
> Martin Marques wrote:
>> The real reason in the pgsql-* lists is not for the non-subscribed
>> users, but the suscribed ones that have the nomail option on in there
>> majordomo account, so as they don't recieve mail from the mailling list,
>> but they can send as they are suscribed, the only acknowledge is to send
>> them a copy of the mail to there account.
> The canonical way to respond to mail lists has always been a 'reply-all'
> since originally they didn't modify the reply-to: header and enough
> still don't that it would be a problem to keep track. But new mail list
> users often complain about getting extra copies in their 'personal' mail
> due to the CC: list that is added, or they use 'reply' on a list that
> doesn't force responses to the list and they get lost or accidentally
> become private conversions so the rest of the list doesn't get to see
> the solution.
Two things on the respect:
1) You don't really need reply-to headers. If your client is smart
enough it should have a *reply to list* option which would use the
2) Mailman has a option so that if a mail is replied to you and CC to
the list, you won't get a copy from the mailling list. Only the mail
that was directly sent to you.
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