On Fri, Jul 04, 2003 at 09:34:17AM -0400, Paul Chvostek wrote: > > Alex, > > On Thu, Jul 03, 2003 at 12:59:23AM +0200, Alex de Kruijff wrote: > > > > I feel the following things are helpfull sending to > > these list: > > 1. Do send mail like this with a cc to the orginal list. > > Others can learn from our exange of information. > > You can encourage people to reply back to the list by including a > Reply-To line in your headers, as I've done with this message. Some > list software will filter the header, but a Reply-To in the copy of the > message that's sent directly to someone will probably be respected by > their mail client. > > Since you use mutt, you might find the following .muttrc lines helpful: > > lists freebsd-questions freebsd-current freebsd-chat > send-hook [EMAIL PROTECTED] 'my_hdr Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]' > send-hook [EMAIL PROTECTED] 'my_hdr Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]' > send-hook [EMAIL PROTECTED] 'my_hdr Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]' > ... etc. > > This way, you can use the 'L' key to follow up to the list, the 'g' key > to do a group-reply, or the 'r' key to reply just to the sender, and > your headers will include the custom Reply-To for 'L' and 'g'. > > Its doesn't work if you want to recieve a copy. I rely on getting a copy to my reply or reply-to (set to me) to be able to reply to mails send to me, since it easy for me to overread things on the lists. This clearly isn't a option for me.
Your the first person i came a cross that does this. This would indeed work if one don't wants to get an reply to his from adress. My conclusion is that people that doesn't want a reply to them self sould use the reply field like you suggested. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"