On Mon, 2013-04-01 at 11:50 +0100, Brad Rogers wrote:
On Mon, 01 Apr 2013 04:11:06 +0100
Brian Barker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
labels. So the interesting paradox is that the one message to which
the label was not added was your present one!
What paradox? The OP wrote it as part of the subject. The list
processing software is smart enough to detect that and didn't prep-end
it as a result. I'm no fan of subject tagging(1) myself, but I use an
MUA that can filter such tags out so I'm not, usually, aware of them.
(1) List-Id is a far better header to filter on, since using the
subject tag _can_ result in private mails being organised in list
folders if the sender doesn't remove the tag.
/ ) "The blindingly obvious is
/ _)rad never immediately apparent"
Well well well, you just can't tell
My Michelle - Guns 'N' Roses
I have six other major mailing lists that do not tag the subject line.
I find there is enough information for me as a reader about which
mailing list. Evolution has enough information from the sender to sort
into proper message folders. I had hoped this tagging was a feature I
could turn on or off.
I will see how I might make a RFE.
Fedora 16, Gnome 3.2.1
Evo.3.2.3, Emacs 23.3.1
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