Set Reply-to Header for mailing list

Jeroen van Meeuwen kanarip at
Tue Apr 17 18:41:02 UTC 2007

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Keyword here is to use 'Reply All', and let the receiving party figure
out whether he/she wants to receive duplicate messages. mailman allows
the user to configure whether to check if the user is in both the
members list as well as the TO_ headers, and prevent sending the message
more then once.

And yes, modifying the Reply-to: header is a mailman option, and applies
to every message sent to the m-l.

Kind regards,

Jeroen van Meeuwen
- -kanarip

Ray Van Dolson wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 17, 2007 at 01:58:48PM -0400, Wilmer Jaramillo M. wrote:
>> Hi, I have a suggestion, because don't is set the "Reply-to" header
>> for fedora-infrastructure-list at on mailing list?. When I
>> answer a mail, only one _should_ receive the mail, but all of the
>> internal list possibly does not, should use the header to redirect
>> replies to messages into to mailing list.
> Likely a Mailman config option.  Don't know if it's a side-wide default
> for all of RH's lists or not.
> If you use mutt, you can always use 'L' to do a list-only reply. :)
> Ray
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