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Conversation Threading: Quick Reply how edit recipients CC?

We're playing around with 18.1 and conversation threading.

When using quick reply you can enter recipients only in the "to:" field. There's no CC and BCC field. :confused:

Is there a solution to add recipients to CC or BCC.

Already tried typing cc: in front of the mail address, but it didn't work. 😉

Client 18.1.0 132896.
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Re: Conversation Threading: Quick Reply how edit recipients CC?

Lis,

> We're playing around with 18.1 and conversation threading.
>
> When using quick reply you can enter recipients only in the "to:" field.
> There's no CC and BCC field. :confused:
>
> Is there a solution to add recipients to CC or BCC.
>
> Already tried typing cc: in front of the mail address, but it didn't
> work. 😉
>
> Client 18.1.0 132896.


Unfortuantely at this time you cannot add to the CC or the BCC. Only the
TO lines. This is WAD but engineering is looking at changing it for
future releases. We do not have an ETA for that change however. You
might want to go to our Ideas portal and sumbit it there as well.

Pam

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Re: Conversation Threading: Quick Reply how edit recipients

Hello again,

2 people stated this is a bug. Answering CC and BC worked in GW 18.0. with Quick Reply.

Now I am confused. Can please someone clarify this?

lis;2494949 wrote:
Thanks Pam,

Idea submitted.

https://ideas.microfocus.com/MFI/mf-gw/Idea/Detail/14659
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Re: Conversation Threading: Quick Reply how edit recipients CC?

In article <lis.8w0mnb@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Lis wrote:
> 2 people stated this is a bug. Answering CC and BC worked in GW 18.0.
> with Quick Reply.
>
> Now I am confused. Can please someone clarify this?


Pending someone closer to the issue answering, my guess is the typical
human response that something that used to work and now doesn't is a
"defect" even if the behaviour change is something that engineering
chose to do and therefor not a "defect" as far as the engineers are
concerned.
So the more Votes for this Idea, the better towards ensuring things
change the way we want it.


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