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Re: undigesting and filtering by list-id

On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 09:15:16 -0700
John L Fjellstad <john-debian@fjellstad.org> wrote:

> Celejar <celejar@gmail.com> writes:
> > The best practice when filtering list traffic is apparently to use the
> > 'list-id' header (to catch 'to', 'cc', etc).  But the best
> > practice is also apparently to undigest digest emails with formail
> > (greatly easing reading, threading and replying), which doesn't
> > preserve the 'list-id' header.  Is there no choice, then, but to filter
> > by 'to' (and 'cc' etc.)?
> Couldn't you reinsert the list-id header?  That is, pull out the list-id
> header before undigesting, store it, undigest, insert list-id.

Thanks.  That seems to be the consensus solution, to either do that, or
quickly and dirtily to just insert a hard-coded list header.

> John L. Fjellstad

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