[Novalug] Duplicate Mail Replies
jerrywone at gmail.com
Sun Nov 1 04:33:33 EST 2009
Since I was in the list mailman web user interface
just now for something else, the last preference
setting, (and if I understand the question
correctly with little sleep) states
Avoid duplicate copies of messages?
When you are listed explicitly in the To: or Cc: headers of a list
message, you can opt to not receive another copy from the mailing
list. Select Yes to avoid receiving copies from the mailing list;
select No to receive copies.
If the list has member personalized messages enabled, and you elect to
receive copies, every copy will have a X-Mailman-Copy: yes header
added to it.
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 6:54 PM, Gerald.K.Williams at verizon.net
<gkwms at gwyn.tux.org> wrote:
> mailman software
> and user can set avoid duplicates or similar
> in their preferences equivalent, iirc.
> basically, cross posting is evil,
> but mailman handles some of it,
> On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 06:23:15AM -0400, James Ewing Cottrell 3rd wrote:
>> I am on another mailing list, which, in order to avoid duplicate
>> messages, has taken the drastic step of putting the List address in the
>> Reply-To: field. This makes it impossible to Reply To Sender Only
>> automatically, effectively mapping it to Reply-To-All.
>> However, I don't seem to be getting duplicate messages, and I am
>> certainly on enough CC: lists, so I am wondering what mailing list
>> software TUX uses and whether it automatically removes people on the CC:
>> or To: List.
>> Actually, I could easily find out the first by going to the web site,
>> and the second by googling and/or reading the documentation for it, but
>> I'm being lazy, plus, I wanted to get people's reaction to the issue in
>> By The Way, I filter all my LUG mail on the Subject strings [Novalug],
>> [Dclug], [Ma-linux], [CALUG], and direct them all to one folder, so I
>> didn't get hit by the move to calypso to calypso2.
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