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Re: Variation on: regular user, bash cannot find /tmp

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Bobby McNulty wrote:
> Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 05, 2006 at 09:26:42PM -0400, Charli Li wrote:
>>> Could I get a new acronym over here?  PCYMTSTRTFTTCML (Please Configure
>>> Your Mailer To Set The Reply-To Field To The Cygwin Mailing List).
>> I don't see any reason for this.  If people actually *want* this, then
>> they
>> should set the Reply-To.  If it was mailing list policy then I'd just
>> set the
>> Reply-To automatically.
> Don't know why, either. I have several mailing lists I read with my
> address.
> Just back here lurking back here.
> I am reading only, not writing any more.
> Thunderbird experimental does not show email address.
> Thunderbird is what I use.
Well, so do I! (and mwoehlke, of course)
> The only time email addresses show up in the messages is when i foward
> them.
> Bobby.

I *used* to use Outlook, which quoted the *cygwin-owner* address only.
Proof of me using TB: look at the PGP-signed messages that I have now
(just like Eric Blake)  I'll bet David LaFrance-Linden forgot to get rid
of the raw email address (while using Outlook)...

Or, maybe he just could've done what DaveK has done: just replace the
"Original Message" lines with the "Somebody wrote:" line instead...

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