I've put this in my .muttrc:set reply_to = ask-yesVery, very rarely I come across an email which has a reply-to field set which Mutt detects. Usually, Mutt does not ask whether to use the reply-to address and silently uses the from address.I've compared the reply-to lines from two emails, one of which Mutt detects.
I was going through some old text messages one day and decided to delete the whole thread (1000 plus msgs). While in the middle of looking at the old messages, I deleted the thread without going back to the most recent message. Now every time I text this person and get a reply, my reply box is pre-populated with the last old/deleted text that I had last looked at/deleted.
A coworker and I occasionally use encrypted email to send passwords. We both are using Outlook 2010, and both of our Digital IDs were created by the same authority. For my coworker, creating, replying, and reading my encrypted emails works just fine. But for me, I can read his encrypted emails, I can send him encrypted emails, but I cannot reply to his encrypted emails.