On Mon, Aug 01, 2005 at 09:05:49AM -0500, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
* Dallman Ross <dman(_at_)nomotek(_dot_)com> [08-01-05 06:15]:
Reply to the current or tagged message(s) by extracting any addresses
which match the addresses given by the lists or subscribe'' commands, but
also honor any Mail-Followup-To header(s) if the $honor_followup_to''
configuration variable is set. Using this when replying to messages
posted to mailing lists helps avoid duplicate copies being sent to the
author of the message you are replying to.
This last, list-reply, I consider the most important. The way I am
configured, <L> ignores all addresses except those listed in .muttrc as
<subscribe>, in which you actively participate, and <list> which you may
watch and allows a list-address identification, from TFM:
Mutt has a few nice features for handling mailing lists''. In order to
take advantage of them, you must specify which addresses belong to
mailing lists, and which mailing lists you are subscribed to. Once you
have done this, the list-reply'' function will work for all known lists.
Additionally, when you send a message to a subscribed list, mutt will add
See, this is workable only for people who are regular members of a list. I
have been in and out of so many mailing lists, I decided to give it a miss. I
am sure most regular people are also the same. I have 'reply-to' set to ask-yes
in general mailboxes, and in mailing-list specific mailboxes, set to yes. But
it doesn't work for mailing list where the 'reply-to' is not added.
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