On Tue, 17 Feb 2004 10:39:23 -0800
Professional Software Engineering said something about Re: Duplicates sent from
One problem with setting a Reply-To: oneself is that you have to have
different sending configs for different lists (or be using an MUA that
permits you to pass the message through a filter when you go to send).
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
If you're a Win or X-Win user the Mahogany is excellent. I haven't used it
with POP3 type accounts -- I run a Courier IMAP server on my home network
with procmail doing my maildir sorting and use Mahogany's IMAP
Allows completely different settings for EVERY folder. This list is still
using one of my old generic addresses but I've started creating different
addresses for each list I'm on. Mahogany lets me set the default From:
address and I use Exim as my home SMTP daemon to set the Sender: address
based on SMTP auth against a flatfile (will convert to a dbfile later).
Mahogany allows a different SMTP server/username for each folder.
Also allows setting default headers so if I click "Compose" while reading
the procmail folder the To: header is already filled in. Has a "list of
LISTS" feature that lets you define which addresses are from mailing lists
so that clicking Reply will automatically pick up the list address if no
Reply-To: is set.
It also allows saving most settings to an IMAP folder on the server so that
if you set it up on another machine you just have to "synch settings"
against that folder and you instantly have an exact copy of your original
It's the only IMAP client I've found that treats IMAP properly. It doesn't
try to grab everything (headers/bodies) off the server and save them to
disk locally. It leaves the folders on the server where IMAP intended them
The MS-Windows port is still a bit young and some of the config (like
having folders listed in the tree the way you want rather than
alphabetically) has to be done by digging around in the registry. But
overall it's VERY nice.
Gerald V. Livingston II
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