Actually I meant just changing what the "reply to all"
button does, if that's possible.
I DO want the "reply" button to just
go straight to one person (like it says
in that link on the faq). first paragraph of:
If I changed the context of my question to how
would I do this with a list of my own, would
you let me away with it ;)
I assume it would involve me writing scripts
serverside so what is the best mailing list
software for customisation (ie. sticking
scripts in etc.)
I should "Use the source, Luke"
> -----Original Message-----
> From: McDaid, Aaron
> Sent: 02 May 2000 17:27
> To: Ilug (E-mail)
> Subject: [ILUG] fixing Ilug's addressing
>>> I find it somewhat confusing when one
> doesn't know whether or not a reply
> to an ILUG post should be "reply-to-all"
> or just send the mail to ilug at linux.ie>> The latter would cause anyone not on the
> list to miss out (obviously!). This could
> happen if the original poster was not on
> the list (unlikely I suppose) or maybe
> if someone on-list sent the mail to a friend
> because they may be interested in the rest of
> that thread.
>> The former just means one could end up getting
> the same mail twice (or more !? )
>> What about "reply-to-all" being the official
> way, and the list software not forwarding
> on mails to people on the list who are already
> in the To: or Cc: fields? This would play havoc
> with my filters mind you (based on recipient, not
> subject line - anyone know how to set this up in
> Outlook 2K btw?)
>> Any smarter ways? Or should I wait until flying
> pigs have been created ;)
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