List headers (was: Re: [TAG] OpenGL hangs my system)
ben at callahans.org
Sun Jun 13 17:54:12 MSD 2004
On Sat, Jun 12, 2004 at 08:19:24PM -0400, Jay R. Ashworth wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 12, 2004 at 02:20:28PM -0400, Ben Okopnik wrote:
> > Ah. Well, as long as there's reason to do so, Ii can twiddle Mutt to
> > match. This is what I wanted to know.
> > > The whole point was to preculde requiring querents to subscribe.
> > I don't follow the logic. Could you recap, please?
> The original list setup was intended, as it was explained to me, to
> keep track of the original querent's address (in a hidden header, I
> think, as well as in the visible blurb), and to make sure that all
> messages it resent were Reply-to both the querent and the list; I
> noticed this because older Mutt's, though they *did* handle
> multi-addressee Reply-To headers, did not *display* them correctly if
> you chose "prompt". I got confused and asked why, that was the
> explanation I got.
> I could go snarf my archives for you if you wanted to see the original
Nope; thanks anyway, I appreciate the offer. That was the behavior with
the old setup at SSC - we don't have all that magic going on - but it
seems to be workable as is. Unless someone has a specific complaint
about it, It Ain't Broke.
* Ben Okopnik * okopnik.freeshell.org * Editor-in-Chief, Linux Gazette *
-*- See the Linux Gazette in its new home: <http://linuxgazette.net> -*-
More information about the TAG