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  1. Shanghai911

    Reply All in Apple Mail

    Hello Forum, Does anyone know how to retain the header details (from, to and cc addresses) when using either Reply or Reply All in both OSX Mail and IOS Mail? When engaged in an email string, especially for business, it is important to be able to see who was addressed in an email from the conversation thread. In Windowz clicking Reply All retains all the header complete. Is there a setting I have missed? Thanks to assist as I am trying to convert someone to the Mac and this was the first objection I hit. For myself I use forward and drag the emails across, then delete the Fwd: and replace it with Re: in the subject line. I have found that it's important to keep the Re: in the subject as without it threading does not work in OSX, while strangely it DOES work on IOS. Another oddity that needs fixing. Thanks for everyones comments. Rgds/Andy
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