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Re: (now OT) cygwin processes and system'ed processes using 100% CPU

Brian Dessent wrote:
> *sigh*  No, that's how mailing lists are supposed to work.  Lists where
> the ML software forces the Reply-To to the list address are broken.  See
> <>  In fact, you'll find
> that the mailing list software used here does nothing to the Reply-To
> header, it honors whatever you set it to.  So if you want replies to go
> to the list, you should set it to the list address.

I'd say that was purely your opinion. I'm a member of well over 30 server /
development lists and this one is the only one that behaves in this manor
and it is the most annoying thing. Its the same as the argument about
top posting its purely down to the fact that "rules" are outdated and need
be dragged kicking and screaming into this century.

P.S. I see your mail sets so I assume from
you comments you manually set the Reply-To or do you not like the
principle you are trying to covert and have used the "broken" ML version :P


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