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From Ken Bowen <>
Subject Re: New to Apache
Date Tue, 02 Oct 2007 14:54:58 GMT
I remind myself regularly that the address is a link at the bottom of 
every eamil I get from the list,
and using that sets up everything I need.
Since I save (some) list items, it's easy to get the address to start a 
new thread.

--Ken Bowen

Tony Fountain wrote:
> Yes, I did do that - it was just a simple way to obtain the email
> address.  I'll be careful not to do this again as I was unaware of this.
> Thanks,
> Tony Fountain
> Benefit Concepts, Inc.
> (419) 244-9936 x9010 (office)
> (419) 249-7221 (fax)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark H. Wood,UL 0115A,+1 317 274 0749,
> [] On Behalf Of Mark H. Wood
> Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 8:51 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: New to Apache
> On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 06:58:23PM -0400, Mark Thomas wrote:
>> Tony Fountain wrote:
>>> Mark,
>>> I did not hijack a thread.  I started this one myself.
>> No you didn't. You hit reply to an old message deleted the content and
>> changed the subject. Please don't do this.
> Possibly he's an innocent victim of today's over-helpful MUAs.  If I'd
> never seen or been told about the Message-ID:, In-Reply-To:, and
> References: headers, I'd think that the above actions had wiped out all
> traces of the previous thread, and I would think I'm being efficient by
> letting the MUA copy the list address for me instead of typing it
> myself.
> Authors of gooey MUAs would do well to support listmail better by, for
> example, providing a button to "send new message to the list that
> reflected this message", or enabling the association of a folder with an
> address and providing a button for "send to this folder's associated
> address".

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