[pmwiki-users] sending email off-list
jo at durchholz.org
Wed Sep 7 15:25:02 CDT 2005
> On Wednesday 07 September 2005 23:13, Joachim Durchholz wrote:
>>I'm afraid that's just KMail. Mozilla and Outlook can only reply to the
>>sender, or to everybody on the Cc: list.
> How about Thunderbird? I'd be surprised if it can't do it, or have an
> extension to do it.
It can't on its own.
Dunno about extensions - I don't use any of them (yet).
> (<bias>and people really shouldn't use Outlook anyway</bias> :)
Well, some people are stuck with that due to external factors (read:
So it's not that easy to off-handedly dismiss programs like Outlook
(though I'd dearly love to myself).
>>I think all mailers should do something like that! (And a few other
>>things, like putting all responses in the same folder as the incoming
> KMail can do that too. Perhaps you should change ;)
I'm not on KDE, so KMail isn't an option for me.
> Oh, and as for removing the [pmwiki-users] part of the subject: the way I
> deal with that is to not filter based on it. Instead, I pick an
> appropriate header line, such as:
> List-Id: pmwiki-users.pmichaud.com
> and use that for my filter rules. That way if it didn't go through the
> list, it goes into my inbox, no matter what the subject.
Good idea :-)
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