If you're using exim, you might try using the .forward file filtering built into exim instead of trying to do it in mutt, if you're having trouble. For example, straight from the README on exim, I have this in my .forward which puts all the Debian lists in their own folders... if $h_x-mailing-list matches "^<debian-(.*)@lists\\\\.debian\\\\.org>" then seen save $home/Mail/debian-lists/$1 endif I have other ones for other mailing lists, etc. If I remember correctly, you may have to turn this feature on in the latest exim package? Don't remember. Good luck! Nate On Sat, Jan 08, 2000 at 04:23:00PM +1100, Hamish Moffatt wrote: > > I'm subscribed to a mailing list which causes mutt problems with > threading. This is because: > > - lots of the users use dumb mailers which don't add In-Reply-To or > References headers, and > - the list software adds a [TAG] to the start of the subject (and removes > it from any other position in the list). > > Since there's no proper threading info and the subjects have been > multilated, mutt is unable to thread the list correctly. > > Is it possible to tell mutt to ignore the tag? I looked through the manual > but I couldn't see it. > > I'm using exim's built in filters to sort my mail into folders. I developed > a complicated system where exim pipes the incoming mail through a perl > script to remove the tag and through the filter again to remove it, > but it's a bit ugly. > > > thanks > Hamish > -- > Hamish Moffatt VK3SB. CCs of replies on mailing lists are welcome. > > > -- > Unsubscribe? mail -s unsubscribe firstname.lastname@example.org < /dev/null > -- Nate Duehr <email@example.com> GPG Key fingerprint = DCAF 2B9D CC9B 96FA 7A6D AAF4 2D61 77C5 7ECE C1D2 Public Key available upon request, or at wwwkeys.pgp.net and others.
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