On Thu, 11 Nov 2004, Liam Bedford wrote:
>> No, setting Reply-To is how people achieve that.
>>> but the mailing list software changes the reply-to.
Bad mailling list (and this list doesnt) - but it doesnt affect "i
dont want two copies" Reply-To setting people.
> So I have to set a different header for every list I post to? that
> seems a bit daft. Stupid drafts don't deserve to be standards, do
Most likely why it isnt!
But that would be backwards compatible at least. Another way would be
to add a status header to indicate whether the person you're replying
to is using a Mail-Followup-To aware MUA and intended to leave out
the header (in which case list-reply -> list), or whether they are
using a non-aware MUA, in which case old conventions should be
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