[Cabal] Commit mailing list for pidgin mtn
mark at kingant.net
Fri Feb 2 14:11:04 EST 2007
On Fri, 2 Feb 2007 13:34:10 -0500, Ethan Blanton wrote
> Mark Doliner spake unto us the following wisdom:
> > I like having all mail go to my inbox, and then I click the "Move"
> > button to file each email into a folder. My mailreader uses the
> > subject line to try to pick the correct default folder to move to. So
> > no, I guess my mailreader is not capable of reading mail in any more
> > useful fashion.
> And it cannot switch off the sender or recipient? (Ideally, any
> arbitrary header; in this case, X-Been-There: is a good candidate.)
> I find that surprising, as this is a usual practice. Out of
> curiosity, what mailer do you use which is so challenged?
It can switch off the sender, recipient and/or any arbitrary header, but only
for the case where you immediately file all incoming mail into a folder. I
like all my mail to go to my inbox, and then I file it away somewhere after
reading it. And I just like the convenience of having the mailreader guess
which folder I'm going to move it to based on the subject line.
It's OpenWebmail: http://openwebmail.org/
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