On 07 Feb 2006, at 23:41 , Professional Software Engineering wrote:
At 00:08 2006-02-08 -0600, Gerald V. Livingston II did say:
On Tue, 07 Feb 2006 21:31:50 -0800 (PST) Ian Zimmerman
For some reason, Professional's (aka Sean's) posts consistently
wrong (if B is a followup to A and Professional's post is a
B, it appears as a followup to A instead). Another Eudora bug?
Very curious. I just checked my most recent reply (prior to this
which was in the "copy of all mails to one user" thread, and the
In-Reply-To: is correct there as well.
FWIW, Eudora includes thread references, but isn't itself a
message tracking within the app is by subject in a simple linear
I think Eudora threads using the Subject and the References headers,
not the IRT, but as I recall part of the issue is the time-stamping.
It is putting Sean's posts first because it thinks Sean's posts are
earlier based on him being way over in the Pacific time zone and
Eudora has been piss-poor about accounting for time zones for going
on a decade now.
Sean's posts seem to thread correctly in Mail.app (well, as correctly
as anyone else's at least).
Everything threads properly in Thunderbird, of course, which makes it
really annoying when someone replies to a post, then changes the
subject and start a new thread.
Monique: He keeps putting his testicles all over me.
Lane: Excuse me?
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