[Fwd: Re: How to costumize line spacing in Xemacs?]
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Wed Dec 10 04:59:02 EST 2008
Glynn Clements writes:
> Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> > As Sean mentions, it's also reasonable to use a wide reply.
> A word of caution about wide replies and mailman:
> Mailman has an option to "Avoid duplicate copies of messages", which
> is usually enabled by default.
Yeah, and I actually changed that default years ago, because the sense
of the list was that those who wanted to dupe elimination generally
preferred to do that locally via procmail or similar. It seems
that it got reenabled when Tux migrated our lists to a new host, and
now pretty much everybody has caught it. :-(
Still, over-aggressive spam filters (like feature-lacking MUAs) are a
self-inflicted injury. Those folks with ADHD spam filters probably
have bigger problems than missing an occasional xemacs-beta post. :-(
 With the exception of Mail-Followup-To fans, of course.
More information about the XEmacs-Beta