På Thu, 16 Aug 2012 02:29:24 +0200, skrev Andrew Brager
Thunderbird has the option. I don't know what other clients have it, if
Opera have that option too.
But it still doesn't make the idea of making the From: the default To:
address for replies any better.
It is like if the default on a forum would be that you reply with a PM
instead of to the thread.
Opera automatically detects/filters mailing lists, and whenever I get a
mail with both my email and the list address in the To: field it removes
the list 'duplicate' and leaves the other one in the Inbox instead of in
the list 'folder', which causes the context/thread to be lost.
Makes it messy to follow!
I believe this is the standard if you use 'Reply to all'? At least that's
the way it works if I use that option in Opera.
The way anne-ology does it works better, as the second address is placed
in the Cc: field instead of 2 addresses in the To: field.
On 8/15/2012 5:00 PM, anne-ology wrote:
exactly - well, there is a third option [to forward ;-) ]
And those are the only options available in the web-based
BTW - I've never seen this supposed 'reply to list' option on
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