> “reply in private to the list, outside of the knowledge of eventual > participants). The problem here is “reply to the list” is not the > canonical standard thing most people will want to do, it is just the > complementary opposite of “reply privately to the sender”: “reply > privately to the list”.
Reply-To-List is the only option anyone should ever use, IMNSHO. Doing anything else is bad netiquette. I always reply to list and drop all other recipients; I assume they are detritus accumulated from misconfigured mail clients. > I think there should be a “reply to list and sender” (or differently > named) feature that does answer to the list while staying addressed > at the sender, as does my current user-agent with “wide reply”. This is not so simple to implement reliably as you might think; determining which addresses are which, not across all mail list software, hosting, etc... Anyway Reply-To-List solves the problem. Some user's use of mail-filters is not a problem for other list subscribers to solve. _______________________________________________ evolution-hackers mailing list email@example.com To change your list options or unsubscribe, visit ... https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers