Re: How can I make my reply to be linked within a mail thread?
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On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 4:12 PM, Marc Glisse <marc.glisse@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, Terry Guo wrote: > >> Suppose I didn't subscribe gcc mail list, and I want to share my >> comments for an existing mail thread after I read it in the mail list >> webpage, what should I do to make sure my reply can be linked into >> this thread? It seems that composing a mail with subject like "Re: >> ORIGINAL-SUBJECT" and then sending it to mail list doesn't work. My >> email at http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2012-03/msg01763.html >> doesn't get linked to expected mail thread at >> http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2012-03/msg00461.html. > > > When you ask to see a message in "raw text", you see: > Message-ID: <000001ccfc22$59706ed0$0c514c70$@guo@xxxxxxx> > > Now when you look at Paolo's reply, it has: > References: <000001ccfc22$59706ed0$0c514c70$@guo@xxxxxxx> > In-Reply-To: <000001ccfc22$59706ed0$0c514c70$@guo@xxxxxxx> > (beware that the web page gets a mangled version for antispam purposes, with > @ -> at, . -> dot) > > So you need to convince your mailer to add those. Thanks. I see the difference now. > > I think there may also be ways to ask the mail system to send you some old > messages, look through the instructions. I can use instruction like gcc-patches-get.1234@xxxxxxxxxxx. It will return me an email with expected email embedded in it, not acts like re-sending expected email to me. Is it possible to let mailing list re-send the old archived mail? BR, Terry