List settings

John Arrowwood jarrowwx at
Sun May 30 02:55:38 EDT 2004

Actually, what I mean is, the headers of the messages sent to the list are 
not what I expect.
I expect a "Reply-To" header that lists the list address.  Of course, the 
REASON that I expect that is because of the fact that all the other lists 
I've been on have worked that way.  Doesn't mean it SHOULD.

But you know, it kinda sucks getting two copies of the same 
from the guy that replied, and one from the list, because he cc'd the list.

With a Reply-To header, hitting Reply would set the To: address to the list. 
  Sure, to reply only to the individual requires extra work.  You have to 
change the address.  But most traffic should be on-list or off-list, not 
both, right?

Oh, well.  It's just weird for me, that's all.  I'll adapt.  That's the joy 
of being human! :)

>From: Elizabeth Dodd <liz at>
>To: gnucash-user at
>Subject: Re: List settings
>Date: Sun, 30 May 2004 09:10:17 +1000
>On Sun, 30 May 2004 07:39, Bill Wisse wrote:
> > On Friday 28 May 2004 10:00, John Arrowwood wrote:
> > > Out of curiosity, why is it that the list is set up to reply to the
> > > sender by default, instead of replying to the list?
> >
> > I don't know why that is but my email program (Kmail) has no problems 
> > that.
> > I just hit " l ( the letter l)" and up comes reply to list.
>John is using an IMAP server so he doesn't have as complete control over 
>Those of us using KMail sort our mail according to the list to which it
>belongs and can also set the reply-to address to the list if required.
>Then different hotkeys give us reply to list, reply and reply to all, 
>to next new message, and I'd really recommend that you try this way of
>getting mail.....
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