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Re: [SUB_MODIFIED] Re: edit the subject line of a thread?

On Wed, 2007-05-02 at 16:57 -0400, P Kapat wrote:
> On 5/2/07, Michelle Konzack <linux4michelle@freenet.de> wrote:
> > Do you get a broken thread now because
> > I have added stuff to the subject?
> Interesting.. This time, inspite of a changed subject line, the thread
> did not break in gmail.
> So what is driving the threading? There were a few "References"
> headers and a "In-Rpely-To" header.... Any clue?
> > Here it is always working file.
> > Mybe you should use a better MUA?
> I use gmail and kmail. What better MUA do you suggest? I guess someone
> had confirmed that the thread was broken even in mutt..
> Lets c if this breaks...

Works in Evolution.


                 <[🔎] 20070502172024.GQ1894@freenet.de>

The bottom line being Michelle's message. Since Michelle's referenced a
couple of other references, one of which had a myriad of references
(great-great-great-grandfather was listed). This is why it still worked.
There are a couple of MUAs that are broken and only thread on subject
line and well also strip the references or only include snippets of the
message IDs in "Reference:"

Lets just complain about that certain commercial MUA. I like to complain
about it and its Corporation that authors it.
greg, greg@gregfolkert.net

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