On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 16:12, Hans Åhlin <ahlin.h...@kronan-net.com> wrote:
> 2010/4/21 David McGlone <da...@dmcentral.net>:
>> On Wed, 2010-04-21 at 14:49 +0200, Peter Lind wrote:
>>> On 21 April 2010 14:38, Hans Åhlin <ahlin.h...@kronan-net.com> wrote:
>>> > Why change the way that has been around for years and adopted by
>>> > multiple e-mail lists?
>>> > It feels like it's more problem to change the way for thousands of
>>> > users just to satisfy a couple of few.
>>> David was venting based on a discussion in another thread. I'm pretty
>>> sure he knows about the option to reply-all - that's part of the
>>> reason for venting (it sends multiple emails instead of just the one
>>> needed). The optimal scenario is to: 1) be able to quickly respond to
>>> the list, as that's the normal action you want to do and 2) not spam
>>> people with several emails for no reason (i.e. avoid replying to the
>>> OP AND the list).
>> Exactly. I also feel bad for those who have to pay to download per Mb,
>> GB, etc.
>> It's pitiful that once I send this E-Mail, Peter and Hans both will get
>> 2 of the exact messages.
> Strange I only got one, but it ma be a mail server filter
I'll have to say that I've never received duplicate messages on any of
the nine PHP.net mailing lists I'm subscribed to either.
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