Two naive questions
Sat Apr 25 15:18:59 GMT 2020
On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 11:58:26AM -0700, Stephen Carrier wrote:
>On Thu, Apr 23, 2020 at 03:13:12PM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> To summarize: You can click on the mailto link of any message in the
>> archive and it will invoke your email client with the proper In-Reply-To
>> set. That will allow you to reply to the sender of the message and
>> maintain proper threading. If you want to send to the list, replace the
>> "To" with the email address of the list.
>Yes! In this message:
>I said that your suggestion was a good one. Maybe you missed it?
>That's when I was replying to you!
Ah, many apologies for not following my own advice. I'm sorry to have
made you spend time responding to my own confusion.
Just to be definitive: The old mailing list software *did* allow
retrieving old messages via email the new one does not.
>>If none of this meets your needs then maybe some of the other sites
>>that archive the cygwin list will have something more to your liking.
>If you don't mind, I'll continue to participate in the list, which I
>like very much the way it is. Have you confused me with someone else?
I was not in any way suggesting that you go elsewhere to discuss things.
I was just pointing out that cygwin.com is not the only place that
*archives* email and was suggesting that possibly one of the other sites
out there might offer what you're looking for. It's probably unlikely
but I thought I'd mention it.
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