[JPL] Replies to Playlists

eflash17 at comcast.net eflash17 at comcast.net
Mon Mar 5 19:53:00 EST 2007


I do know that one reason you may be seeing the replies is that (at least with my email) if I simply hit reply to a message from someone it does not reply to them but for some reason defaults the list's email in the "To" line.  Not sure why it does this, but I have mistakenly responded to the whole list when only meaning to respond privately and I KNOW that it does that.  Someone who doesn't know may just assume that a reply sends it back to the person who the message was "recieved" from.

- Flash

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From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
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> artist be best made as a private reply instead of to the list?  It seems to 
> be only self-serving.
> -Dr.
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