Adrian: On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 7:17 PM, Adrian Klaver <adrian.kla...@aklaver.com> wrote: > On 02/09/2018 09:43 AM, Francisco Olarte wrote: .... >> It's probably because this list headers are "old school", without >> those newflangled thingied. > I believe with the change to PGLister that changed: > > https://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/PGLister_Announce > > "PGLister will use standard, industry-recognized headers to identify mailing > list messages. The non-standard header "X-Mailing-List" will no longer be > included. Any users whose filters are based on this non-standard header will > need to adjust their filters. "
Yep, my reference to mailing list headers is unfortunate. Thae fact is it seems messages in the list do not have the reply-to to the lists as many other lists seem to use, no magic list headers involved at all. I.e., in another list I have From=poster, to=list, reply-to=list, in your message I have from=poster, to=me&steve, cc=list, no reply-to For what I know of muas, what you put in to/cc only does make a difference in reply-all, but witout reply-to normal reply defaults to from, so pg sends it to the OP, the others to the list. Reply-to inclusion might be better for a list, but I found the pg style is a bit confussing ( still ) but makes for nicer identification of people in message lists. Francisco Olarte.