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Subject: Re: test message,or reply's to, which worse?
From: "Roger Fajman" <RAF @ CU . NIH . GOV>
Date: Tue, 29 May 2001 03:03:53 -0400 (EDT)
To: list-managers @ GreatCircle . COM

> Hmmm.  It seems we have an opportunity to write an RFC that would spec a
> "reply-to-list" header and a "reply-to-author" header, and discuss how to
> implement selection of these two reply options in common email
> clients.  When the reader has two "reply to" buttons active when reading
> any given list post, and can easily and quickly click on the appropriate
> button for the reply they plan to send (or even change it later, while
> composing, if the reply changes tone while they are writing), it would make
> it a lot easier for everyone to send the reply where they want it to go.
>
> Or has this already been done?  I'm a bit behind in keeping up with email
> related RFCs.

Reply-to has been discussed many times in IETF working groups and been
found to be a topic that there's no agreement on.


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