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RE: Mail filtering
Thanks to Ethan!! I get 'busted' at work if my E-mail gets too full.
Imagine what happens Monday morning... So, I just went to tools,
created a 'Quattro Rule', and viola, all Quattro stuff goes to my
c:drive. The marvels of modern technology...
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> From: Ethan Pinkert[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, March 26, 1998 1:05 PM
> To: Dan Simoes; D. St. James
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Mail filtering
> At 02:53 PM 3/26/98 -0500, Dan Simoes wrote:
>>> Since there is quite a lot of mail on this newsletter, has
>>> considered putting an indentifying letter or word in the
subject line so
>>> that the email can be filtered in to a separate mail box? I
>>> that's the purpose of the digest. Just a thought.
>>Yes, that's what the BMW digest does. It's unwieldy though,
>>which is why I'm leaning towards separate lists when I get
>>the new server/site up. A lot of the new people (A4/A6)
>>have no interest in the older cars or in tech discussions.
>>| Dan |
>Actually, there is something quite distinctive in the header.
In the to
>(or maybe another -- but its somewhere) header, there is always
>"firstname.lastname@example.org". You should be able to filter from