I think the problem or the bad form, if you will, is using reply-all.
All you need to do is hit reply and it should just send a message
back to the list. Everyone gets the list messages.
If the reply-to is not set, type in the list email in the to and the
reply-to in your message
and that should set the stage for a reply-to to be present in the
I for one don't know how many email duplicates I have had to delete
because someone hit reply-all.
Gets messy on big threads, but I manage.
Be nice if that wasn't so. :)
On Apr 21, 2010, at 4:36 AM, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Wed, 2010-04-21 at 05:23 -0400, David McGlone wrote:
Why is the list set up to reply to the OP and not the list?
It's just standard list format I thought. A decent email client will
recognise the email is a mailing list one and give you the options to
reply to the list instead of using reply to all.
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