Subjects and threads [was "Re: just a suggestion"]

Christopher Chaltain chaltain at
Fri Mar 18 13:47:40 UTC 2016

Yes, and going further, you should use a new message to start a new 
discussion. Replying to a message to start a new discussion, even if you 
change the subject line, is called hijacking a thread, and it'll 
potentially mean people won't see that message if they use a threaded 
email client, such as Thunderbird.

On 18/03/16 04:39, Daniel Crone wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> I know I am new here, but I wish to offer a suggestion.
> I wrote an introduction, and people replied.  Thanks.
> Then some wrote about other matters, but the subject stayed the same.
> Since some might like to search messages by thread on the website, would it not be more logical to give a message its own subject, if it differs from what came before?
> I would like to know what you think.

Christopher (CJ)
chaltain at Gmail

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