I am responding to the original email because there have been quite a few
responses to this thread.
I have tallied up the responses regarding subject prefixes thus far, and it
appears that 7 people are in favor of this change.
In contrast, 20 people (including three of the development team) have expressed
negative opinions regarding this addition. [In the interest of objectivity, I
am one of this group.]
It is unclear to me why such a change would be implemented based on the
opinions of two readers (the total number of positive replies prior to
implementation), and then not reverted when nearly three times the number of
readers expressed their objectons to it.
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 6:08 AM, Steve Parry <spa...@vidar.com.au> wrote:
> Hi everyone (especially Admins).
> Just wondering if you can add an automatic Subject Prefix in MailMan to all
> emails from this list (eg [GNC]) so that list emails have a subject like
> "[GNC] This is a sample Subject". This will enable faster identification of
> the mailing list emails (of which there are many) when eye scanning and the
> option to have a mail client rule to filter them into a separate folder.
> Just a thought!
> Thanks for all your great work😊
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