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On 08/14/2012 02:33 PM, NoOp wrote:
On 08/13/2012 12:50 PM, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
2012/8/13 Anthony Easthope <>:
Opera Webmail. I move around to much on computers to use a dedicated
mail client.
I actually have an Opera Mail address, but I didn't use it for years
now; maybe it's erased by now. So it could be a good idea to use Opera
Mail for email lists, then… How much space is there for each user
these days?

Opera 12.01 also has
  Reply List
  Reply to Sender
  Reply to All

On Thunderbird 14.0, I have the following option for this list email:
     Reply List [ with drop down option "arrow" for Reply All]
plus a drop down box for other options.

I have a couple of Web-based email accounts, but I have to look them up [and their passwords] since I have not used them for more than 6 months. It would be interesting to see of they have the Reply to List option instead of the Reply All option, like Thunderbird has. Those accounts were Hotmail, Yahoo-Mail, Netzero-mail, and a few others that I had to sign up for so I could get access to their free services, for one reason or another. But, I do not use them. I own several domains, so I can create my own email addresses off them anytime I need a new one.

Does Outlook [and the old Outlook Express], and MS's "Mail" package that is on Win7, have the Reply to List option instead of Reply All?

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