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Re: address@hidden: Re: CC (was: Re: kill ring menu)]

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: address@hidden: Re: CC (was: Re: kill ring menu)]
Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 10:25:38 +0200 (CEST)

On Fri, 3 May 2002, Paul Michael Reilly wrote:

> While this is a News feature from what I can discern, I will implement
> it in the Rmail reply command with the following semantics:
> If either a Mail-Followup-To or Mail-Copies-To header exists in the
> message being replied to AND the user has not edited the default
> reply-to list at mail-send time, then the followup header(s) will be
> processed and any mailboxes indicated by the header(s) will be
> included in the reply.  "never" and "nobody" will be treated as
> synonymous, as will "always" and "poster".
> If the User edits the reply-to list, then one could argue that it is
> the wish of the replier to ignore the wishes of the poster.  One
> could also argue that the intent of the original poster should be
> heeded but I know that if I prune a reply-to list and my mail agent
> chose to send the message to someone(s) I did not explicitly bless, I
> would be mightily pissed.
> Would anyone care to make a case for adding custom variable support to
> tailor the behavior further?  I'm inclined not to do so if only to
> keep the feature simple.
> Other comments?

Only one: What about re-using the logic and code from message.el instead 
of re-implementing it?

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