[access-uk] Fwd: Replying to this list acting strangely

  • From: Tony <tonymsweeney@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2020 12:16:58 +0000

Hi Ted,


Sorry as Bobby says it's indeed control shift and L to reply to Freelists lists.


You can also hit the applications key and downarrow to and choose from the options there.


Tony



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Subject:        Re: [access-uk] Replying to this list acting strangely
Date:   Wed, 23 Dec 2020 12:05:55 +0000
From:   Tony <tonymsweeney@xxxxxxxxx>
To:     access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



Hi Ted,


I use the same and am replying to this list with control shift and R.


I tried to find out about why I can't reply in the usual  way and was told something about configuration which I still can't understand.


I find it happens on all Freelists lists that I use and only those.


I too would love to have this issue sorted and for someone to jjust let me know how to so do if possible


Cheers,


Tony

On 23/12/2020 11:22, Ted Martin wrote:

Hello,

I use Thunderbird and Windows 10 on a PC.  I don't communicate often, but yesterday I replied to a message on this list, and apparently it went to the original sender, not the list.

Whether I hit ctrl R, or pick reply from the message menu, the name of the sender appears in the To field, not access-uk. This only happens in this list, no others.

Any ideas, anyone?

Ted

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