Virgil, I don't think it's just the list. The mail client must have
something to do with it, as well; I use Thunderbird and have a "Reply
List" option on this list, while on some others I do and some I don't.
On 1/28/2014 14:47, Virgil Arrington wrote:
Unfortunately, at least one MUA (guess which one) uses "Reply All" to
mean "Reply List". This simply confuses matters.
I'm assuming you're meaning MS. Actually, with my MS Windows Live Mail
interface, "Reply All" means just that; it replies to everyone in the
original message, whether individual or list (which is why Brad will
get two copies of this message). There's nothing confusing about that.
The "problem," if that is the right way to put it, is that it has no
"Reply List" option (at least none that I can see.)
The frustration is that, if I want to reply only to the list, I have
to hit "Reply All" and then delete all the addresses that aren't the
list. Now, is that the fault of MS Live Mail, or the way the list was
set up? As has been repeatedly reported by others, this is the *only*
list (at least that I use) that behaves this way. I'm more inclined to
blame the list than MS's email software.
I'm not a huge fan of MS, but I'm also not going to blame them for
problems they didn't create.
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