On 2013-12-04 9:10 AM, Kevin O'Brien <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> But equally a sane mailing list would default to reply to the list. If
> the default is to reply to the sender, you are implicitly saying:
> 1. We really don't want to have discussions here;
> 2. If you do get an answer we can't see any reason for that to be
> shared with anyone else.
No, what I am saying is that computers (and/or computer programs) cannot
(yet) be expected to be able to read minds, and so should do what they
But yes, they can try to guess, and that is what the 'Smart Reply'
button I mentioned earlier does, and does very well.
If there are list headers in the message, its default action is to Reply
to List, but you can still manually Reply to Sender or Reply all.
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