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On 15/10/15 16:00, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
to everyone so far :))  Thanks Anne-ology! :)

I get the impression that some email-clients, maybe Thunderbird, ignores
the words in the subject line and uses something from the coding in the
headers (which are usually hidden).

Using subject (and presumably date and possibly any "re" prefix) will always break.

I believe the proper way is to use the message-id and in-reply-to headers to reconstruct the thread.

Thunderbird does this for me - except on emails from this list, which leads me to suspect the LO list processor is tinkering with something it shouldn't. Irritating.


I know that Forwarding an email "breaks it out" into a new thread but i've
not tried breaking it out in this way but then using the same
subject-line.  I imagine that differnt email-clients would handle that very
differently from each other.

Mike Scott (unet2 <at> [deletethis]
Harlow Essex England

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