|[AMRadio] REPLY TO addresses |
w1eof at hamnutz.com
Sat Feb 11 17:34:46 EST 2006
Outlook doesn't control who you reply to. There is a button for "Reply" and
a button for "Reply All" just like all the other popular email programs. The
problem is in the default setting for a particular email list. Usually you
have a choice which way a "reply" goes. The problem is that no matter which
way it's setup it is wrong for some percentage of the list members.
Some people compensate by always clicking "ReplyAll" which hits both the
individual and the list. This is handy for when you intentionally desire to
reply immediately and separately to the individual AND want to share the
response with the other list members (like this email). That's the only
case one should use "ReplyAll".
It's just something that you need to get used to. No software can reolve all
the decisions, and as you imply nor should they.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Carling [mailto:bcarling at cfl.rr.com]
> Sent: Saturday, February 11, 2006 3:24 PM
> To: Discussion of AM Radio
> Subject: [AMRadio] REPLY TO addresses - WAS: restored Gonset G-76
> Dan if you got a better e-mail program like PEGASUS (it's free!)
> you could SELECT the reply to go to whomever you wanted.
> The sender, the list, the CC: etc. - I would hate to go to Outlook
> or something that takes control of who you reply to!
> A lot of these lists force people to reply to the list AND to the
> sender so you end up getting 2 or 3 copies of the reply in
> some cases. The Glowbugs group is chronic about that!
> Worth having. I have used it for years. Has some great mail
> filtering and folder features that lets you really organize
> multiple subscribed lists/groups extremely well.
> YMMV - 73 de AF4K, Bry
> On 8 Feb 2006 at 12:49, Dan wright wrote:
> > WELL HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > It was NOT my intention to send this to the list.
> > I apologize both to Craig and to the list.
> > However I am not pissed or anything about the rig. There are several
> > very good reasons it may have worked when he checked it, and now it
> > doesn't.
> > I kinda wish this list had a "reply to" that went
> > to the sender and not the list.
> > This ain't the first time I have been burned. It's my fault, I
> need to check
> > the address fields more carefully.....so once again I apologize!!
> > Dan -- WAØJRD ..
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