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Morgan Storey me at morganstorey.com
Thu Apr 6 05:27:41 BST 2006


Matthew Vermeulen wrote:
> I have my mail (gmail) set up to filter my mail so that all emails 
> coming to ubuntu-au at lists.ubuntu.com 
> <mailto:ubuntu-au at lists.ubuntu.com> are tagged accordingly, easily 
> allowing me to archive or do what I want. Doesn't another mail client 
> have the same thing??
>
> On 4/6/06, *Matthew Palmer* <mpalmer at hezmatt.org 
> <mailto:mpalmer at hezmatt.org>> wrote:
>
>     On Thu, Apr 06, 2006 at 12:24:12AM +1000, Simon Wong wrote:
>     > On Wed, 2006-04-05 at 23:22 +1000, Simon Males wrote:
>     > > I think it is a fair request to stick [UBUNTU-AU] or similar
>     at the
>     > > beginning of each new post on a mailing list such as this ?
>     >
>     > I like that too as I tend to have multiple lists' mail within
>     the same
>     > folder in evolution.
>
>     I'd be surprised if Evolution didn't allow you to filter mail into
>     different
>     folders based on arbitrary headers.
>
>     - Matt
>
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> -- 
> matt 
I personally have stopped using filters in Thunderbird, as when I 
switched to imap it deleted about 8000 of my old emails. I vote for a 
[ubuntu-au] type thing.




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