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And yet... this time your reply (containing *both* In-reply-to and References headers, for the 
first time) threaded! Be it ever so curious, I withdraw my question. Thanks for satisfying my 

BTW, my prior post used Reply-All (rather than Reply-List) because I was not sure about how you 
were receiving. Now that I see Reply-List works for you, that [my norm on this list] is what I'm 
using - so you won't see double ;-)

On 2022-11-29 23:58, RealNameTBA wrote:
Truly don't know. It's never been an issue. And for a long time now replyto: has had issues such 
that I considered its use to be bad practice -- indeed, it screws up many mailing lists. (For 
example, this is the one list I'm on that seems to reply to both the original poster and to the 
list, resulting in duplicates. There may be sound reasons for this, but elsewhere it's been seen as 
a misconfiguration and has been eradicated almost immediately.) Not complaining, just explaining 
why my mailer is configured as it is.

On Tue, Nov 29, 2022 at 11:51 PM, John Kaufmann <> wrote:

Dear RealNameTBA-as an aside to questions about LO operation: One can't help notice that none of 
your posts are threaded (because of the absence of In-reply-to and References headers). Does 
ProtonMail not support (a) Reply-to-List and (b) threading generally?

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