Re: Double messages generated by a single note sent to an email

From: Peter Westlake (
Date: Mon Nov 02 1998 - 04:33:04 EST

At 21:47 1998-11-01 -0800, you wrote:
>A 15:27 98-10-31 -0800, Asmus Freytag a écrit :
>>Can we stop sending messages both To: and Cc: the Unicode list.
>>This probably started innocently enough, and then everybody just
>>blindly went along with a Reply All.
>>Please, if you are replying to a mail, check the header before hitting the
>>send button.
>>>To: Unicode List <>
>>>Cc: Unicode List <>
>>>Date: Fri, 30 Oct 1998 16:35:15 -0800 (PST)
>>>Subject: Re: UTF-8 and browsers
>[Alain] :
>Yes, this is indeed a small annoying problem. Btw on a French list to which
>I subscribe (on typography), they seem to get rid of all these extra doube
>addresses before sending to the list. This is also an obvious solution that
>could be centralized as we have no control on what people do but we very
>well know the consequence of the problem that Asmus describes, and it can
>eventually be corrected automatically.

Surely the right answer is not to munge the Reply-To headers?
The argument for leaving them alone can be found at


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