[aur-general] Email Notifications of new AUR orphaning/deletion/merging method
lilydjwg at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 09:58:02 UTC 2015
On Fri, Feb 06, 2015 at 10:01:20AM +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Feb 2015 22:46:44 -0300, Hugo Osvaldo Barrera wrote:
> >I *tried* to reply off list, but I now realize I did not. It seems I
> >can't reply off-list anyway, since the list is altering the Reply-To,
> >making it impossible for me to determine where I should reply to the
> >Can we get this rather scary and dangerous privacy issue fixed?
> There are two kinds of MUAs. Some invoke reply to the mailing list by
> the "reply" and others by the "group reply/all" option. If the MUA
> invokes the mailing list reply by the "reply" option, it should provide
> a "reply to sender" option, as e.g. Claws Mail and Sylpheed do. The
> drawback of this approach is, that if you disabled to receive duplicated
> mails by the mailman settings, you need to care about the missing
> mailing list headers. If you use an MUA such as Evolution, that does
> invoke the mailing list reply by the "group reply/all" option, then
> "reply" will send a private message and not send to the list.
> I suspect your MUA "User-Agent: Mutt/220.127.116.11-rc1 (2014-03-12)" can be
> set up to your need too. If not, consider to use another MUA.
I'm using mutt too. It prompts me whether to reply to the "Reply-To"
address. Saying no, mutt will reply to the sender.
I have "set edit_headers=yes" in muttrc, so when I edit the mail, I see
the headers, and can edit them :-)
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