[OSM-talk] mailing list behavior
cobaco at linux.be
Tue Sep 2 22:13:39 BST 2008
On Tuesday 2008-09-02, Ed Loach wrote:
> Cobaco wrote:
> > nope, a decent email client is supposed to have to following:
> > 1) reply to sender -> reply to from adress (or contents of
> > reply-to header
> > if present)
> > 2) reply to all -> reply to every adress present
> > 3) reply to list -> reply to value of list-post header
> > problem with outlook is that it lacks reply-to-list AFAIK
> > (probably because
> > the built-in approximation of an email list in exchange
> > groupware is a
> > shared folder with 'discussion' items, not an actual list)
> Does all email list software insert a list-post header?
well the header defined in least rfc-2369 and referred to in rfc-4021 (the
first one of which is about a decade old).
So it should be implemented by mailing list software by now, though I don't
doubt that there's still software out there that doesn't.
Cheers, Cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis)
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