Peter Flynn <peter at silmaril.ie> explained:
> I am well aware of the arguments about the origins of Reply-To, and of
> the attitude of many people with a long Unix background, myself
> included, who are so accustomed to the formatof mailing list
> addresses and the ease with which you can make manual changes to
> headers in standard mailers that doing it manually is not a problem
I've probably gotten too used to Gnus, which lets me specify use the
parameter "to-address" for mailing list groups.
However, I don't think that breaking things to fix other breakage is the
right way to go about things.
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