Filters and inboxen [WAS Re: Fwd: SORRY]

Jonathan Wilson wilson at
Tue Jan 9 22:43:30 PST 2001

At last count I had 53 mailboxes (in boxes) and 70 filters.

Cool, huh? (or maybe crazy....) ;-)

At 05:32 PM 1/9/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>You people should see my folder list and my filter list...
>For all my mail and shit i get in my mailbox, i have 13 filters... 5 for LFS 
>stuff... i'm on alfs-* and lfs-discuss... And i have a folder for each... Now 
>if only the kmail filter to set the identity(FROM) worked right... i forget 
>that sometimes and post things with the wrong email address.
>Linux: The smart choice! -
>LFS: Not just a dist; But a way of life! -
>P.S. I'm too lazy to snip and stuff and properly quote....
>On Tuesday 09 January 2001  4:47 pm, Jeffrey B. Ferland wrote:
>> "Craig M. Reece" wrote:
>> > Ergo, I am crazy... or just too lazy to figure out how to filter it
>> > appropriately... naw, that would never be the case ;)
>> >
>> > On Monday, January 08, 2001 09:12 pm, Gerard Beekmans spoke thusly:
>> > > On January  8, 2001 06:16 pm, Chris Snyder wrote:
>> > > > LOL.  It's bad enough when they're in my main mailbox instead of my
>> > > > LFS box I sort them into.  It's not that I don't like LFS, but I like
>> > > > to be able to read them apart from regular mail.
>> > >
>> > > Don't feel bad, every sane person filters his/her LFS mail, considering
>> > > how much there is. I wouldn't dare dreaming having all LFS mail in my
>> > > inbox folder, I'd go crazy
>> You can filter your LFS mail? Wow! No more comments from Jesse :)
>> -Jeff
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Jonathan Wilson
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