Re: replying directly to sender
If the message comes from a mailing list Control+R simply replies back to the list, not the actual person who sent the message.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Mike Ulrich
Sent: Friday, December 2, 2016 2:59 AM
Subject: Re: replying directly to sender
What about the standard; Control R?
Then if you wanna reply to all; Control Shift R.
That hasn’t worked for me for a long while.
I’m not sure if it’s by luck, or outlook 2016, or the jaws version I’m using which is 17. Heck, I just don’t know. In any event, those using outlook 2016, since that’s the version I’m using, could someone (and you can use my email here to test it if you’d like) evoke the keystroke insert shift r to see if the reply directly to sender works for them?
I don’t think this mailing list replies directly to the member when replying like other lists but I do remember the above keystroke not working in the past, and again, I’m not sure if it’s jaws 17, or outlook 2016. If it is outlook 2016, awesome as smile that keystroke never worked for me in previous versions which got me in trouble quite a bit.
I bring this up as I was talking to a buddy about this and how I can reply directly to a sender without opening up notepad, coppying, pasting etc. I just went to five different emails on different mailing lists and insert shift r indeed replied directly to sender, which rocks.