[Snort-users] Replying conventions

twig les twigles at ...131...
Wed Aug 21 13:01:04 EDT 2002

I'm ok with getting a response twice.  The answer to
my question shows up faster (being addressed to me)
and the googlers can find a potential solution
(addressed to list).

I say humbug to anyone that would complain about
something so trivial.  Unless it's in person, then I
would say a lot more.

--- Matt Kettler <mkettler at ...4108...> wrote:
> This morning I got some all-caps flame mail in reply
> to one of my list 
> postings. The posting in question was one in which I
> replied to: the 
> author, and the list. The Canadian complainer wasn't
> on the to: or cc: of 
> the email complained about, so I can only presume he
> was complaining 
> because the To: line didn't start with
> snort-users at ...6665...
> As far as I can tell, replying to the author, and
> to: the list, or replying 
> to: the author and cc: the list is pretty common in
> snort users. Anyone 
> have any explanation as to why someone might object
> that I replied to the 
> author as well as the list, when they were not the
> author?
> The only reason I can see that this would bother a
> bystanding list 
> subscriber is if they have a pretty lame MUA which
> can't handle filtering 
> mail into separate mailboxes when there's multiple
> recipients in the to: 
> line. And that's a pretty lame complaint IMO. Anyone
> got any valid gripes 
> against this practice?
> The complaint I got consisted of:
> I asked:
> 	Erm, what the heck is your problem?
> and got back:
> 	You must be really dense!
> Followed by a subsequent email asking for a more in
> depth explanation of 
> their problem being 553'ed
> I chalk it up to mostly being some dimbulb who has a
> bug up his hind end 
> about the way everyone else in the world doesn't do
> things his way, but it 
> did pique my curiosity.
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