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Dave Owen
2005-04-04, 15:34
>Yes, you're right but I don't want to have all the mail in my private
mailbox where it would drown my other, more important, mail.

I have a filter that runs on newly-received mail and throws any
containing "[slim]" into a separate folder. I am curious if there is
something about your setup that prevents this approach?

Karel Tromp
2005-04-05, 00:57
Indeed I could use a filter, but when presenting post as
converstations (thunderbird) other mail would be presented as
conversations too. Its a per program setting. Therefore and amongst
other things (back-up, reability etc.) I am using Gmail for this sort
of things.

On Apr 5, 2005 12:34 AM, Dave Owen <dowen (AT) sapient (DOT) com> wrote:
> >Yes, you're right but I don't want to have all the mail in my private
> mailbox where it would drown my other, more important, mail.
>
> I have a filter that runs on newly-received mail and throws any
> containing "[slim]" into a separate folder. I am curious if there is
> something about your setup that prevents this approach?
>
>

Markus Stamm
2005-04-05, 02:35
Karel Tromp said the following:

>Indeed I could use a filter, but when presenting post as
>converstations (thunderbird) other mail would be presented as
>conversations too. Its a per program setting. Therefore and amongst
>other things (back-up, reability etc.) I am using Gmail for this sort
>of things.
>
>

I don't want to argue against your GMail approach, but let me add that
the view setting is per program in Outlook Express only. In Thunderbird
it's a per folder setting.

Markus

Karel Tromp
2005-04-05, 02:35
Please folks, discard the extra information


> See the attachment for an example.
>

Karel Tromp
2005-04-05, 02:41
I've checked that and... yes, you're right. Thanks. :-)

On Apr 5, 2005 11:35 AM, Markus Stamm <mst (AT) mst (DOT) cc> wrote:
> Karel Tromp said the following:
>
> >Indeed I could use a filter, but when presenting post as
> >converstations (thunderbird) other mail would be presented as
> >conversations too. Its a per program setting. Therefore and amongst
> >other things (back-up, reability etc.) I am using Gmail for this sort
> >of things.
> >
> >
>
> I don't want to argue against your GMail approach, but let me add that
> the view setting is per program in Outlook Express only. In Thunderbird
> it's a per folder setting.
>
> Markus
>