Please change Mailman back to NOT force the rewrite for Reply-to
shrdlu at deaddrop.org
Sat Oct 15 18:15:49 CDT 2011
On 10/15/2011 3:23 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Lynda"<shrdlu at deaddrop.org>
>> I see that someone has instructed Mailman to munge the reply-to.
>> Please don't do that. I was about to make a *private* reply to someone, and
>> realized that the setting had changed, and that I was trapped into
>> replying to the list.
> It's you, Lynda. Really. :-)
Well, *now* I know it's not mailman, but it's not me, either. Not
exactly. What I noticed was that *some* of the email to Nanog, today,
had this set, but not all. I was very confused (it's not the first time
I've been confused, of course).
> Your message, frex, did not have reply-to munged; I had to do it by hand
> (since Zimbra 6 is still too stupid; I've had that bug open for over 2 years
> now; maybe 7 fixes it). One reply to you did, but the rest did not.
Yeah, Mr Peach set an evil trap for me. I'd been about to send him a
private email (on something of absolutely no importance), and when I
realized it went back to Nanog, was puzzled enough to check to see
whether it had been changed. Cleverly, I tested replies to a couple of
other emails, and as luck would have it, one was my own (and tbird has a
stupid habit of knowing that if it's a mailing list, I surely meant to
send it to the list), and the other two were both to Mr Peach.
Sorry for noise.
Back to making sure Geoff H believes us, and keeps right on sending the
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