Ross Lynch wrote:
> Nah, I disagree. Why would hundreds of arbitrary
> people care if he's in the office or not? They're
> really only useful and appropriate when someone
> mails him directly, IMO.
This leads to the long-standing general mailing list debate of setting
the Reply-To: header to the sender, rather than the list address as a whole.
I think social should have the sender in the header, but I'll bet that's
been hashed over before on this list too.
Brendan Kehoe brendan at zen.orghttp://www.zen.org/~brendan/
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