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On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 01:43:46PM -0700, Nick Schmalenberger wrote:
> There is such a header:
> List-Post: <mailto:vox@lists.lugod.org>
> and it is specified in RFC 2369. Mutt has a list reply option but
> even so I forget to use it sometimes. It is also possible to set
> different reply methods for different folders but even that isn't
> always what you want so you can screw up no matter what you have
> set and I have screwed up. Also I haven't actually setup the
> per-folder reply, but I think Bill has something like that. 

Hrm, I did, but it's commented out right now.  I forget why...?

  #folder-hook in-lugs "bind pager 'r' list-reply"

Where "in-lugs" is the place where incoming posts from LUG lists go, via
procmail recipies, e.g.:

  * ^TO_(.*\<)?lug-nuts@saclug.org

Anyway.  This thread will spin its wheels for a while, as people vent and
complain and counterpoint.  Sigh. :)

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