Re: [Evolution] Reply to all should include myself

On Wed, 2002-05-08 at 20:07, Not Zed wrote:

Why would you ever want to read something you've written yourself?

If you need to (to point out how wrong Y was in talking about X),
there's always the sent folder.
On one client and needing to get it into your IMAP folder (Commandline
client, cronjob, etc.). 

On Thu, 2002-05-09 at 09:05, David Hoover wrote:
On Wed, 2002-05-08 at 16:18, Gregory Leblanc wrote:
On Wed, 2002-05-08 at 15:18, David Hoover wrote:
I have to disagree (which I did when I filed a bug about this & it got
closed with the same response):

If I'm on the recipient list of a message, and hit reply to all, I want
my address kept in the cc list.

If I'm sending a quick note my girlfriend saying "I'm heading home now",
I don't want to cc myself.

So it doesn't seem unreasonable to want 'reply to all' to actually reply
to everyone who was a recipient of the message.

Sounds to me like you really want a mailing list.  :-)  Then replies to
the group come back to you, via the mailing list.  This works pretty
well for the webmaster gnome or group.
Yes, but what if a thread starts up between me, Joe, and Bob. I don't
really want to make a mailing list davidandjoeandbob deadmoose com for
this one conversation, even if it drags on for a few days.

So yes, when a mailing list is appropriate, it makes sense, but they're
not always appropriate for all messages that you might send to a group
of people.

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