I have an htc fuze. When people send me emails
in which the "reply to" field is different from the "from" field, i am
not able to reply to the "reply to" address from my phone. When i select
reply, the email address that shows up in the "to" of my reply is the "from" address, not the "reply to" address.
An example of this would be a yahoo group email (the sender is a
person, but the "reply to" is the group) or a facebook notification (the
sender is firstname.lastname@example.org, but the "reply to" is a 20+
alphanumeric email address that is unique to each notification).
Is there a way to get all of the information in the header to
download?I did some research and found a post about this on the microsoft forum, but it doesn't appear to be a windows issue.http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en/windowsmobile/thread/88f57205-ac46-4a33-ae58-7682b65daf76
Has anyone found at least a workaround for this?I'm a moderator on a Yahoo Group, and an HTC phone user has (I assume) been replying to group messages via her email (ie messages are sent to her as they appear on the group). Because of this problem with her phone, all her simple thread Replies are coming through as brand new topics! This is a pain in the neck for all of us, and can lead to two identical threads going on at the same time - not a good thing if you know anything about Yahoo Groups, esp when they are populated.The only advice she has had so far is to ditch her HTC and get an Apple (like somebody else did apparently). Surely this isn't the kind of thing that HTC wants to occur? I realise the bug/issue is probably with an older phone model - but all her wandering messages are ending with the line "-sent from my HTC". So obviously people see this in terms of HTC phones in general.I'd really appreciate some help if there is any on this. The girl in particular got a bit distressed about it in the end (I had to keep chasing her up), and it looks like she's actually quit the group unfortunately. So unfortunately I can't ask her for any more information, which is frustrating obviously because I'd like to solve the problem (even with a workaround) and invite her back.mattdegu
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