Re: [DEBIAN] Problem on filtering messages from the list
On Sat, Nov 22, 1997 at 11:51:43AM +0800, Marcus Lam wrote:
: May I suggest all subscribers of this Debian list use some convention in
: sending messages to the list? I found it very difficult to
: differentiate between the messages from this Debian list and those from
: other lists. I used to sort it by the "To" field of the message, but
: later I found out there are messages arrived at my INBOX that are not
: sent TO the official list address "firstname.lastname@example.org".
: Sometimes these messages are TO some other Debian or Linux list
: addresses but other times they are TO a person. This makes me feel
: puzzled. But maybe I join the list for a short time only. So could
: someone tell me what should I do to properly sort those messages from
: THIS Debian list? Could we simply use a convention in the message
: "Subject" field, like what I saw someone's doing (like the one in THIS
Oh, and could you stop sending M$ Rich text messages? The
application/x-ms-tnef attachments are annoying.
Jason Costomiris <>< | "VMS is about as secure as a poodle
email@example.com | encased in a block of lucite....
http://www.jasons.org/~jcostom/ | .... about as useful, too."
#include <disclaimer.h> | --some guy I read on Usenet
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