Replying to wasn't the focus, but of course, options could be "to sender" or "no replies" or to the "sent-to group" only.
subgroups seem too clunky/restrictive to simply send msgs to admins or the like.
For example, for whatever reason say a group has 4 lists (sometimes members changing), admins, renters, buyers, tire-kickers.
A SG for each is not useful because it involved subscribing/unsubscribing, and there could be cross-listing (there could be two (but not the same) admins on each list, or there could be plain old members on 2 out of the 4 lists, and 2 on another list, and so on.
On Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 11:37 PM, J_Catlady wrote:
Not clear how this would work. What would happen when one of those people replies to the message?
Suggest using a subgroup instead.
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