On Wed, 15 Oct 1997, Michael Seely wrote:
>Some of the new email programs include a message filter that will
>automatically sort received messages into different folders. If everyone
>would put a [rmml] in the subject line of any message we all could use
>So what do you think?
I, for one, will _never_ remember to _always_ put something like that in
the Subject line. We use Eudora here, and the filters in it can be set to
look at header info., not just the Subject, and put different messages into
different folders. This is how I get rid of Spam - I simply add the sender
of junk e-mail to my filters list, and I never see it again - it
automatically goes into the trash folder. No need to remember a thing.
\_ Steve Stewart Phone: 303-252-0212 \_
\_ protogenic, inc. FAX: 303-252-0223 \_
\_ 1490 w. 121 ave., suite 101 WebSite:www.protogenic.com \_
\_ westminster, co 80234 e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org \_
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