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duplicate msgs (was: Re: Backing out changes: the prefered method?)

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-01-31 18:20:54 CET

Sean Russell <ser@germane-software.com> writes:
> At the risk of overloading the topic, some of these reply lists are getting
> rather long; what are the rules for CC'ing messages? I'm subscribed
> to list,
> of course, and I'm getting duplicates of everything that I'm involved in a
> discussion of. I assume that the reason that CC'ing individuals on the list
> is in case somebody isn't subscribed. Is everybody just deleting duplicates?

It's hard to keep track of who's definitely subscribed to the list and
who's not, so most people follow up just to be safe (i.e., CC the
originator of the msg).

I think a lot of people's mailers just automatically fold duplicates,
so that they see the same message only once, no matter by how many
different routes it arrived (I know that's what mine is doing).
Hopefully your mailer has this capability too, just a matter of
turning it on.


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