On 04/27/2014 05:03 PM, Tanstaafl wrote:
On 4/27/2014 8:45 AM, yahoo-pier_andreit <email@example.com> wrote:
I don't know why but when I do reply in thunderbird it answer only to
you and not to the list like in the past, so I send to the list
In Thunderbird, always use Reply-To-List, not just 'Reply'...
other lists doesn't have this behaviour, I press ctrl+R and thunderbird
correctly reply to the list... why this list behave differently???
Or, if you use the buttons in the Message Header, modify it to use the
'Smart Reply' button, so it will automatically detect lists and change
to 'Reply-To-List' automatically.
I only have reply and reply to list buttons but usyually I prefere to
use keyboard, but, now the assignement is changed and to reply to list I
should press ctrl+shift+L but I forget to do it...
This is a PEBKAC problem, nothing more...
...it isn't a PEBKAC problem, becouse before there wasn't this problem,
ctrl+R reply to list, always, so, the problem is that I should adapt to
the machine, instead should be better that the machine should adapt to
me...:-) :-) :-) :-)
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