[gmx-users] New website

Mark Abraham Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au
Fri May 12 09:13:17 CEST 2006

chris.neale at utoronto.ca wrote:
> The site looks nice. My only difficulty is that I like to sit on the users 
> mailing list and press the refresh button my my browser every few hours to see 
> the new comments. That now takes me back to the "The gmx-users Archives" page. 
> It's a tiny problem, but when one is hoping for an answer and refreshing often, 
> it can become an annoyance.
> Seperately, How do I post a response that gets added to the thread of the 
> initial comment? This is not a new problem for me. Currently, I copy the subject 
> from the list and write a new email with the same subject (e.g. this one "[gmx-
> users] New website")

Umm, I'd guess most of us just reply to the emails that get sent to 
subscribers. I can't think of another way to do it! Your solution of 
copy-and-paste-the-subject will not work with all list-management 
software - there is more behind-the-scenes header stuff that controls 
thread recognition than the subject line.


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