[asterisk-dev] case sensitivity with global variables

Kevin P. Fleming kpfleming at digium.com
Wed Jun 16 17:36:06 CDT 2010

On 06/16/2010 03:51 PM, Tzafrir Cohen wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 01:30:58PM -0500, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
>> On 06/16/2010 01:18 PM, 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?
>> No, there is not. All lists on lists.digium.com provide the standard
>> List-<x> headers, and thus "Reply To List" works quite well for them. In
>> fact, I use that on every mailing list I'm subscribed to and it works
>> very well.
>> This problem can be especially bad for systems (like ours) where
>> receiving multiple copies of a message with the same Message-ID means
>> the second (and later) copies are discarded, so if you have the list
>> being filtered into a folder, the direct reply does not go there, and
>> threading gets broken.
> I guess that Reviewboard's mails are bothersome to you, then :-)

Yep, they are. I wish there was a way to turn them off.

Kevin P. Fleming
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