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RE: subject

From: Rudy Zung
Subject: RE: subject
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 16:13:27 -0400

In my Winblows Outlook, I base the rules on things other than
the subject, because I can't rely on all the subscriber on all
the lists to which I am subscribed to follow the practice of
earmarking the subject line appropriately; I'd rather trust 
the mailing list software to add in the appropriate headers. 
For instance, in the CVS case, my Outlook rule "reads":
   Apply this rule after the message arrives
   with info-CVS in the receipient's address
   move it to the CVS folder

Other candidate headers for your rules include:
   To: address@hidden    <-- this is the my rule is based on
   Sender: address@hidden
   Errors-To: address@hidden
   List-Help: <mailto:address@hidden>
   List-Post: <mailto:address@hidden>
   List-Subscribe: <>...
   List-Id: Announcements and discussions for the CVS version control system

These headers were all taken from the email you had sent out
to the list. Unfortunately, u$oft in its efforts to gentrify
email makes it less than intuitive for Outlook users to see 
the complete set of email headers.


-----Original Message-----
From: Li, Jerry [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 3:26 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: CVS: subject

Hi, All:

We have been flooded by emails from the mailing lists of CVS, apache,
tomcat, and so on. All of them come into our inbox, it is very tough to
separate them. If you send an email with "CVS" in the subject, we could
easily group them and redirect them into a dedicated folder. For example,
Windows user may create a rule in outlook to redirect all emails with CVS in
the subject to a folder called CVS.



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