[asterisk-dev] case sensitivity with global variables

Tzafrir Cohen tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com
Wed Jun 16 14:38:31 CDT 2010

On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 01:28:22PM -0500, Tilghman Lesher wrote:
> On Wednesday 16 June 2010 13:18:13 Klaus Darilion wrote:
> > Am 16.06.2010 19:55, schrieb Tilghman Lesher:
> > > Please don't reply both to me AND to the list.  That gives me two copies
> > > of message, which I do not need.
> >
> > Sorry, but that's really difficult.
> >
> > Many mailing lists do not have a Reply-To set, that's why I always use
> > "Reply all" instead of reply or otherwise people tell me "do not email
> > me directly). It is really hard to remember all the different mailing
> > lists settings.
> >
> > Isn't there a setting in mailman to not get a mailing-list copy if the
> > subscriber was addressed directly too?
> Probably, but a much simpler solution is to create a filter to delete all
> email from you.  Done.

How about removing duplicates?

Quoting procmailex(5)

  If  you are subscribed to several mailinglists and people cross-post to
  some of them, you usually receive several  duplicate  mails  (one from
  every  list).   The following simple recipe eliminates duplicate mails.
  It tells formail to keep an 8KB cache file in which it will store  the
  Message-IDs  of  the most recent mails you received.  Since Message-IDs
  are guaranteed to be unique for every new mail, they are ideally suited
  to  weed  out  duplicate mails.  Simply put the following recipe at the
  top of your rcfile, and no duplicate mail will get past it.

         :0 Wh: msgid.lock
         | formail -D 8192 msgid.cache

(For the record, I have no problem with such "duplicates")

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