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Erik V. wrote:
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If one frequently subscribes and unsubscribes mailing lists and uses
Thunderbird, Seamonkey, or Mozilla the “Display Mailing List Header”
plug-in is a nice tool.

For ruby-talk it adds these four items: “Help”, “Unsubscribe”,
“Post”, and “Owner”. All of them are hyperlinked, one simply clicks
on the link and Thunderbird automatically opens with appropriate
recipent and subject already set. The plug-in is available at

~ http://cweiske.de/misc_extensions.htm#mailinglistheader

IMHO it is a cute tool :slight_smile:

Josef ‘Jupp’ Schugt
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On Fri, 27 Oct 2006, Rick DeNatale wrote:

And those who need them aren’t savvy enough to find and use them.
There’s an edge case: I’ve forgotten about tbe meta-data in headers
before now, and also the “#{list}[email protected]#{domain}” convention as well.
Having the machine find this stuff for you is good.

Maybe I should claim this as “Rick’s conjecture”, I’ve got a proof
somewhere, but I had to write it too small to actually read it.

    Hugh

On 10/27/06, Josef ‘Jupp’ Schugt [email protected] wrote:

For ruby-talk it adds these four items: “Help”, “Unsubscribe”,
“Post”, and “Owner”. All of them are hyperlinked, one simply clicks
on the link and Thunderbird automatically opens with appropriate
recipent and subject already set. The plug-in is available at

~ http://cweiske.de/misc_extensions.htm#mailinglistheader

I suspect though that those who are savvy enough to find an use these
kinds of tools don’t need them.

And those who need them aren’t savvy enough to find and use them.

Maybe I should claim this as “Rick’s conjecture”, I’ve got a proof
somewhere, but I had to write it too small to actually read it.


Rick DeNatale

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http://talklikeaduck.denhaven2.com/

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