Does your email client have a 'reply to all' function?
That way you'll be replying to the person who wrote the
post, and the list.
Gregory W Burnham
Simon Fraser University
604 291 3615 (ph)
604 291 5679 (fx)
----- Original Message -----
From: Ken J. Wright <ken(at)ori-ind(dot)com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 1999 08:18 AM
Subject: [INTERFACES] Reply-To: missing
> I could not find on the PostgreSQL web site, who to send this to, so I'll
> just start here because at least I won't get bounced. There is no
> line in the messages recieved from this list. So just hitting reply in my
> mail client will always default To: to the sender of the original message.
> Consequently, I have to always remember to change the To: back to the
> or always cc: the list and know that the original sender is always getting
> two messages. Could this be changed? Or is there a good reason that it is,
> and should stay this way? This is the only list of many that I s-u-bscribe
> (<- without the dashes, this message bounced!) to that has this annoyance
> (for me). Anybody else?
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