Re: [PHP] Reply to list ONLY!
- Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2018 12:17:24 +0100
- From: Narcis Garcia <informatica@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [PHP] Reply to list ONLY!
You mean Gmail's webmail.
If you need Gmail address, you can use it with you e-mail client
(M.Thunderbird, K-9 Mail, etc.) with better behaviour and less i/o spend.
El 11/01/18 a les 11:05, Jigar Dhulla ha escrit:
> In gmail I have three options, Reply, Reply to All and Forward.
> On clicking Reply, reply will go to personal address only (no list).
> On clicking Reply to All, reply will go to personal email and list.
> Fwd, we all know.
> In this mail I have removed the personal email address, hope this is the
> correct way.
> On Thu, Jan 11, 2018 at 3:29 PM, Michelle Konzack <
> linux4michelle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hello Lester,
>> Am 2018-01-11 hackte Lester Caine in die Tasten:
>>> There are a number of 'preferred' ways of running lists via email, and
>>> just like 'top posting' it can be something of a religious war, but with
>>> the right email clients one can manage things a little bit.
>> I think "Top posting" discussions where in the last 18 years endless
>>> thunderbird I get 'reply to list', 'reply all', and reply. The PHP lists
>>> 'default' to replying to the sender as do many email lists these days
>>> and while *I* only very rarely need to replay just to the sender, that
>>> IS the default, so I have to remember to 'reply to list' which drops the
>>> personally addressed copy. As with this reply ...
>> I use since beginning of 1999 "mutt" and are used to hit ALWAYS
>> Currently my Compaq Laptop broke (screen stays black) and I use a
>> spare ThinkPad T400 with this horribel Windows 7 installed, which
>> do not even want to recognize its own Activation key and bother me
>> every hour and limit the functions of Windows 7...
>> I realy hate Micr0$oft!
>> However, currently I use my Webmail interface "squirrelmail" which
>> has also the option "Reply to List". I can not realy imagine,
>> making it different
>>> Like most things related to the internet, nothing was ever planned, so
>>> there is no 'proper' way of doing anything. It would be nice if the
>>> domain names were th other way around so uk. was reserved for emails and
>>> domains that actually originated in the UK, but that is never going to
>>> happen now :(
>> Have a nice day
>> Michelle Konzack
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