[math4] Stupid Mailman Tricks - Replying from the archive - Was Replying
dfarning at sugarlabs.org
Fri Sep 4 07:40:21 EDT 2009
I never noticed that link.
On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 6:26 AM, Karlie
Robinson<karlie_robinson at webpath.net> wrote:
> 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
> email address?
> 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?
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