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Re: filters in kmail

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On Saturday 03 November 2001 01:41 pm, Greg Madden wrote:
> On Saturday 03 November 2001 07:27 am, Tobias Leismann wrote:
> > On Saturday 03 November 2001 17:20, David P James wrote:
> > > But whenever I reply to a posting it defaults to sending it to the
> > > original sender (no real surprise there). I can send a *new*
> > > message to the mailing list by right-clicking on the folder, but
> > > not a reply. Instead I have to use "reply-all" and then remove the
> > > address of the original sender (so he doesn't get the same message
> > > twice). Does anyone else who uses KMail (1.2 with KDE 2.1.2) have a
> > > solution to this?
> >
> > I am not sure if this is only pat of kmail 1.3 but:
> > You can try hitting L or use the Menuu Message->Reply list...
> >
> > bye
> > t.
> I am using Kmail 1.3.2 and the Reply list feature includes the senders
> address as well as the list address.  Can someone confirm this works in
> 1.3.2, or maybe I have some  configuring to do?

this only works after assigning a mailing list to that folder (right-click 
folder-> folder contains ml).  unfortunetly,that doesn't create an equiv. 
filter, you have to do that manually (right-click message->create filter-> 
from mailing list).  hth and  hand (sorry about typing, using one hand).

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