Greg McCarroll wrote:

> reply-to having the address of the sender is the right thing,
> 
> it means when you reply to a message you reply to author of
> that message, when you reply-all you reply to all

No. When you reply-all it replies to the sender *AND* the list. So the
sender gets two copies of everything. Which is just fricking irritating
*AND* a waste of bandwidth.

Yes I could have a procmail rule to delete duplicate message IDs but
some places I work (like here) I can't use procmail. 

Or in fact want to.

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