[kakaroto at kakaroto.homelinux.net: Re: Request: Add Reply-To Header]
kakaroto at kakaroto.homelinux.net
Sat Feb 9 23:40:53 EST 2008
Yeah.. of course, I again forgot to CC the ML...
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From: Youness Alaoui <kakaroto at kakaroto.homelinux.net>
To: Ethan Blanton <elb at pidgin.im>
Subject: Re: Request: Add Reply-To Header
Ok thanks, but it doesn't help.. first, by adding the 'subscribe' in muttrc it will change all the 'From' fields into 'To: openim.." or "CC:
openim.." so I can't see who wrote the mail unless I open it.
Also, the 'r'/'l'/'g' already works without adding the 'subscribe' and that's what I use when I think about it, but I'm just too used to
typing 'r' to reply... if I could configure it to send to the mailing list automatically when I press 'r', that would help!
On Fri, Feb 01, 2008 at 10:06:05PM -0500, Ethan Blanton wrote:
> Youness Alaoui spake unto us the following wisdom:
> > I use mutt over a terminal as mail client, and it doesn't recognize
> > the list, so I need to do a reply-all, which I am really not used to
> > doing.. I prefer the reply-to header as this makes it much easier..
> > for me at least... we could try to vote on who wants it and who
> > doesn't (or don't care) then decide.. I would vote for having a
> > reply-to header.
> Put 'subscribe openim at imfreedom.org' in your .muttrc, and it will
> recognize the list. You will then have three reply options -- 'r' for
> reply to sender, 'L' for reply to list, and 'g' for reply to all.
> This is the correct way to handle things in any sane mailreader. Mutt
> has fantastic support for mailing lists.
> > Subject mangling would be nice, helps me see what was sent where, but
> > it's not necessary at all, so I really don't mind it the way it is.
> * ^List-Id: <openim\.imfreedom\.org>
> SUBJECT=`formail -c -xSubject:`
> | formail -I "Subject: [openim] $SUBJECT"
> in your .procmailrc.
> While I don't feel *too* strongly about reply-to mangling (it's
> obviously wrong and broken, but easy enough to hack around if you have
> to with rare ill-effects), subject mangling is a *really* bad idea.
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> for evils]. They disarm only those who are neither inclined nor
> determined to commit crimes.
> -- Cesare Beccaria, "On Crimes and Punishments", 1764
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