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    Re: address for replies.
    From: Rodney Myrvaagnes
    Date: 2001 Dec 05, 12:04 PM

    This is an optional setting of the list-serv software, chosen by the list 
    owner. It is an annoyance to those of us who have completely
    set up our mail programs. I am on one other list that does this, and I keep a 
    canned message (see below) that I send to off-list
    replies, whenever tey are not obviously provate.
    You replied to my posting directly to me. If you intended it to go to the list, you must resend it.
    Some listservers pass through the "reply to" field without offering you the 
    choice of the "from"or the "reply to" address when you
    start a reply. I usually hit "reply all" and delete what I don't want to avoid this problem.
    On Wed, 5 Dec 2001 10:18:16 -0800, Paul Hirose wrote:
    >I too have noticed the inconsistent "Reply-To" fields, just as George
    >described. Some messages by default send replies to the originator
    >only. In Netscape I would have to use the Reply All button with these
    >messages to send a reply to the list. And I'd have to manually delete
    >the originator from the To list, as otherwise that person would get a
    Rodney Myrvaagnes                   J36 Gjo/a
    Contributing Editor           Electronic Products
    Curmudgeonhood achieved June 30

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