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Re: [bug-mailutils] In mail, R and r

From: Sergey Poznyakoff
Subject: Re: [bug-mailutils] In mail, R and r
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 11:59:59 +0300

Dan Jacobson <address@hidden> wrote:

> In mail, R and r ignore Reply-to headers.

That confirms to the documented behavior (node "Replying"):

`reply [MSGLIST]'
`respond [MSGLIST]'
     For each message in MSGLIST, switches to compose mode and sends
     the composed message to the sender and all recipients of the

`Reply [MSGLIST]'
`Respond [MSGLIST]'
     Like `reply', except that the composed message is
     sent only to originators of the specified messages.

Anyway, I'll consider adding a variable that will force these commands to
honor Reply-To header.

> Also, during text entry
> ~? gives:
> ![shell-command]
> :[mail-command]
> -[mail-command]
> etc.  You forgot to add brief explanations of what each command means.
> E.g. which ~ command quits without sending? ~q? No. At this point on a
> single terminal, one does not want to quit out to try to access
> manuals to try to find out.

Agreed, will have to fix it. Thank you!


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