ADMIN: Change in the "reply" function of INDOLOGY
wujastyk at GMAIL.COM
Tue May 11 16:03:57 UTC 2010
Okay, I've done this too ("[INDOLOGY]" in the subject header).
Incidentally, all members of this forum can tweak these kinds of setting for
themselves, individually, if they wish.
And I had to replace "Steven Lindquist <slindqui at mail.smu.edu>" in the reply
field of this email with the INDOLOGY address. So it's working.
INDOLOGY list duty committee member
On 11 May 2010 17:57, Steven Lindquist <slindqui at mail.smu.edu> wrote:
> An alternative might be to have all list emails come automatically tagged
> with "INDOLOGY" at the start of the subject line. At least then there is an
> immediate visual cue that it is not a personal message (something similar
> has worked well, but not flawlessly, on certain others lists I use).
> Steven Lindquist, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Religious Studies
> Southern Methodist University
> Homepage: http://faculty.smu.edu/slindqui
> On May 11, 2010, at 10:43 AM, Dominik Wujastyk wrote:
> > I've just switched the list's default behaviour to "Reply to Sender"
> > than "Reply to List". Let's see how we like it.
> > In the 20-year history of this INDOLOGY list, this topic has of course
> > up before. In the past, the consensus has been that "reply to list" is a
> > greater convenience, and "reply to sender" is not what most people want
> > most postings.
> > Anyhow, let's see. Times change.
> > Best,
> > Dominik Wujastyk
> > INDOLOGY duty committee member
> > On 11 May 2010 16:21, Steven Lindquist <slindqui at mail.smu.edu> wrote:
> >> I strongly urge the moderators to find a way to change the format of
> >> emails: they appear in inboxes as sent by individuals, but then they
> >> to" the group. This is clearly the reason for such errors (at least, it
> >> in the case in my own misposting in the not too distant past). I have
> >> myself set up email rules to shuffle list emails into a special folder
> >> try to avoid this problem, but this should be unnecessary (I have no
> >> issues with any other list).
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