[Users] Reply to all - but not to myself

Pierre Fortin pf at pfortin.com
Thu Mar 20 02:00:50 CET 2014


On Thu, 20 Mar 2014 01:37:24 +0100 Michael wrote:

>Pierre,
>
>It seems to happen when i reply to a mail in my 'sent' folder.
>
>Well i already had the feeling my 'anticpated question' explanation
>would not work :)
>
>Now a step for step example. It's just one typical case.
>
>Let's say i send a mail to 3 persons, with some links to one topic, or
>maybe with some video cuts attached. (for example, using my own videos
>to demonstrate something, let's say, about soundtrack mixing)
>
>Next i want to continue with a *related* topic, in another mail, with
>different links or media files. 

As long as the first message is in your Sent folder, have you tried
Message->Re-edit?  This will open the sent message and you can make all
the changes you wish...

>But i want it to be threaded because finally it's all about one area of
>interest. So i reply to my own already sent mail via 'reply to all'.

Re-edit will have the same Subject (unless you change it).  There's a way
to remove references; but not add them (that I know of) like this.

>This gets my own address into one 'to' header (and the others in CC). At
>this point, i use to change all 'CC' into '√ĄTo' and delete my own
>address. A little bit tedious, and there, my question is, is there a
>better way.

Unless I still misunderstand, check out Re-edit...

>I wonder if i can use preconfigured 'to' groups from the address book to
>ease the thing ? 

That's yet another way...  :)  I use tons of folders and set their
Properties to do most of what you want -- in addition to threading,
keeping similar stuff in their own folders works well for me...  

There are just so many ways to solve problems in CM...  :)  Including
"execute" in Filters, Python, etc...



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