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On 01/28/2014 06:33 PM, Dave Liesse wrote:

And if you use Thunderbird and read the list through gmane you will see a followup button that replies only to the list. The reply button replies to the sender.

Regards,  Jim

FWIW, I've done some searching of my email since my earlier post. It
seems that I get the "Reply All" button for lists that are Yahoo!
groups, and "Reply List" for lists that use real list servers.


On 1/28/2014 16:23, Peter West wrote:
I've just switched to Thunderbird from Apple Mail, and the Reply List
button is very handy indeed.

There is a minority of lists that exhibit the same behaviour as this
one with replies. The fact that it is a minority makes it all the more
likely that I will send replies to the wrong address - the OP.

P.S. Apple has had ongoing problems with Mail in Mavericks, and I
suspect they have decided to phone home about everyone you add to the
address list of an email.  Using Contacts groups became painfully slow.

On 29/01/2014 9:59 am, Dave Liesse wrote:
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.


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