On Sat, 06 Jul 2002 11:50:09 -0700
JC Dill <inet-list @
> Eudora actually comes close. Select a group of messages from a list
> and then select "special, make filter". Eudora looks for a common
> header and then creates what it believes is the desired filter.
Neat. I wasn't aware it supported that feature.
> A) acts on "incoming" email and when "manually" filtering
> B) filtering on "any recipient" contains: list-managers @
> C) transferring messages to a new folder named: list-managers (which Eudora
> will then create)
> D) skipping the rest of the filters in the list
I'm a little surprised that it doesn't operate off the Sender: and
Precedence: headers instead as they are much more likely to be unique
and representative of the envelope versus the recipient list.
Homilies of gawking at the dentition of proffering equines would seem to
apply. That's actually pretty neat.
J C Lawrence
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