kmail in 3.1
kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Sat Feb 22 15:25:37 GMT 2003
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On Samstag, 22. Februar 2003 16:02, Brian T. Schellenberger wrote:
> Well, first, it seemed to me that the KDE 3.0 behavior whereby this was
> done automatically was more convenient.
You can still have tis behaviour, if you remove the "new message" action
from the toolbar and replace it with the "post message" action.
I personally like the new way better, as you can now send a new message
without switching to one of your private folders first.
> But apart from that I can't see an item to let me "post to a mailing
> list", just one to let me "reply to a mailing list." That seems pretty
> pointless since at least for me lists, "group reply" always does what I
> want for replies; I would, however, like a convenient way to *post* a
> new message to a list.
Post message is the second menu entry in the Message menu (KMail 1.5)
Reply to mailinglist differs a lot from group reply.
I think you use group reply here, which resulted in _three_ mails, one to
kde at mail.kde.org, one to kde at ktown.kde.org and one to my mail address.
Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at>
Developer at the Kmud Project http://www.kmud.de/
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