[Users] Default CC for mailing lists

insomniactoo at localnet.com insomniactoo at localnet.com
Thu Aug 2 02:00:48 CEST 2012

On Wed, 1 Aug 2012 23:01:34 +0100
Kevin Chadwick <ma1l1ists at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> >  In Claws, you should be able to "Reply To
> > Mailing List" (Ctrl-L by default I believe) to reply just to the list,
> Aah, nice one
> > Don't get me started about Gmail. :)
> I was recently asked which free mail service someone should use and I
> used to say Yahoo mainly because it employs qmail. I now worry that
> Yahoo won't be around for too long and may struggle to maintain the
> servers that I have noticed more downtime with recently and so said
> gmail but think that was a bad move and was unsure at the time. Which
> free service would people recommend these days?
> Obviously feel free to ignore these but as you seem pretty clued up.
> 1./
> I had to copy the second comment in manually. Is there any way of
> replying and including two small highlighted parts as comments. I've
> tried shift and ctrl combinations but just end up selecting all text
> between the two sections I wish to include as comments?
> 2./
> I've started getting Unknown TLS errors on my server only to Google
> servers so I have to disable TLS for Google MX users. From the way and
> how early the connection dies. I've been told it might be to do with
> Google trying out perfect forward secrecy. Any ideas?

Operamail is good, but you can't do the pop thing to have it delivered from
there to your home inbox. Unfortunately it costs a little money (not much) to
'upgrade' to the system where you can do this. I still use it as an online
catch for certain lists and such and it's fast compared to yahoo and google on
a dial-up system!

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