jch at thehaxbys.co.uk
Sun Nov 6 03:36:38 PST 2011
On 5 Nov 2011, at 15:39, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 7:01 PM, Jeremy Nickurak <jeremy at nickurak.ca> wrote:
>> On Sep 25, 2011 7:03 AM, "Felipe Contreras" <felipe.contreras at gmail.com>
>>> Even common people, including grandmothers, know they have to click
>>> "Reply all" if they want their message to arrive to multiple
>>> recipients (e.g. the whole family)
>> Absolutely not the case.
> So how does common people reply to mails in order for them to arrive
> to the multiple people it was originally addressed to?
It comes down to list preference. Some lists use reply-to, some don't. Neither one policy nor the other is correct for all lists and indeed, for some lists there is a very strong requirement for one policy or the other. The numerous "lively debates" about whether reply-to is evil or the best thing since sliced bread want it one way or the other for everyone. That's not ever going to be the case and different lists will always have different policies, you'll have to learn to like it :-)
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