[math4] Stupid Mailman Tricks - Replying from the archive - Was Replying
karlie_robinson at webpath.net
Fri Sep 4 07:26:24 EDT 2009
First off, let me say I'm sorry for being out of the loop. It's been
exceptionally busy here following my return from Boston.
Second, the application that runs this mailing list is called Mailman.
If you're looking through the archives and you find something you'd like
to reply to.
So lets take Doug's message as seen below as an example -
Notice, on the archived message, there's a link for Doug's spam-safe
That link is actually an HTML mailto link. Clicking it will create a
new message to the list with a matching subject line.
On 09/02/2009 06:21 PM, Doug wrote:
> Hmmm, manually typing the subject line didn't work for me. Replying
> through Thunderbird with the older messages attached...
> David Farning wrote:
>> The only way I know is if the original thread is still in your email reader.
>> If not, just start a new thread and point the the old thead in the
>> archive at http://lists.sugarlabs.org/archive/fourthgrademath/ .
>> On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 4:47 PM, Doug<dpk3062 at rit.edu> wrote:
>>> I feel really stupid asking this, but it seems I don't know how to reply
>>> to an older message. Can anyone tell me how?
>>> FourthGradeMath mailing list
>>> FourthGradeMath at lists.sugarlabs.org
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