>>>>> "TN" == Tom Neff <tneff @
TN> This is kind of a band-aid, though, and a risky one. For one
TN> thing, just because a list server THINKS it sees a member
TN> address mentioned in a recipient header, doesn't actually mean
TN> that the message got there. The address in question might be
TN> set up to only allow mail from the list server, in fact that's
TN> a common spam protection technique. In that case the Cc'd
TN> member would get no copy at all.
But if the member has this arrangement, they'd just not choose
TN> Also, it doesn't take Digests into consideration.
True. In Mailman's case we don't build unique digests for each
recipient (this is why you can't personalize digest deliveries).
TN> Unless the list software is custom building digests for each
TN> digest-mode member, you pretty much have to send them
TN> everything, whether they were Cc'd in the original or not.
TN> And in fact it can be quite useful for people who do receive
TN> the Digest but are having an intra-day exchange of postings on
TN> some topic to Cc each other as they go, rather than wait a day
TN> for the answer.
Yep, and in fact that's how I read list-managers, so I appreciate the