> DN> Just offering my opinion, that's all.
>> As was I.
>In a rather and snotty and rude manner, yes, you did.
> DN> I still think that it should be that way or at least it should
> DN> be a user configurable option
>> It should *not* be that way. Read this and all the referenced
> documents (there are four of them). If you can think of something new
> to add, be my guest.
>>http://linuxmafia.com/~rick/faq/#replyto>> If you're using Outlook, use "reply to all", and delete the non-list
> addresses. If you have a choice, don't use Outlook; there are many
> mail clients that were written by people who *understand* how things
> are supposed to work. If you don't have a choice, change companies.
> Life is too short to be dealing with IS's proto-fascists.
>It's also too short to be dealing with a bunch of idealist fairies. The
title of the document you reference is "But That's Just My Opinion. I Could
Be Wrong." And he could be wrong. In my opinion, he is. In your opinion he's
not, and it's your right to have it. But don't try and pass yourself off as
right here. Like I said, I've been running lists for several years with
munged Reply-to header. I've never had a problem with them, and I've never
had a complaint.
So lose the attitude, huh? It makes you sound like an upper class twit.
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