Re: Viewing answers to one's nntp posts in Thunderbird

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> On Tue, 2009-10-06 at 08:14 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
>> However, it seems to me that the "problem" is...there may be a thread
>> started by one person (not you) and you reply to one post within that
>> thread and wish only to see messages related to your post within the
>> thread.  If that is it, then no there is no concept of "sub-treading".
>>
>> Frankly, there is simple solution to the "problem".
>
> I've seen clients that could do that sort of thing fairly easily
> (probable Forte Inc's Agent, or it might have been Thule's Thor),

I'm not so sure any more. You know how much influence Ed has on me :), so
I check the headers and the References field is in the form of

[email protected]

There is no mention of who the poster is. So, the newsreader would have to
check every message to see who posted it. Lots of work!

I also saw that the References field is not always present. So maybe
Cameron Simpson could explain us how "A quick '/~P~Q'" manages to do the
trick.

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