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On 04/17/2017 03:10 PM, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
2017-04-17 13:43 GMT+02:00 Tanstaafl <>:

On Sat Apr 15 2017 12:04:47 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time), Johnny
Rosenberg <> wrote:
Since this is still the only mailing list that I'm on that requires me to
hit ”Reply to all” to reply to the group, I failed doing so again, and
the crap ended up at the OP only… so this is my second try…
So use a decent mail client that has a proper 'Reply to List' function.

No, I don't want a mail client. I'd rather do this mistake now and then. Or
all the time. Or quit this list. It's not that I'm addicted to it or
anything… :p

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg
I have a decent mail client.
Sometimes it does not reply to list properly either.

Along with this, many times I reply to the lists, or even other emails, the email address in "from" reverts to my "default" address, and not the address I use for these lists. "timothy@L ....." instead of "webmaster@K .....".

The good thing about an email client, is the fact that I have over 25 folders where my emails are sorted by who sent them or the email address sent to. That way I can choose just which folder's emails to read first. I even have several gmail accounts that is read via the email client.

Still, I know a lot of people who do not use a mail client. Since I have several email addresses, having a client is needed for my use.

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