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Alright! This is a forwarded message with the subject changed, the body trimmed, and sent from a 
different eMail account (Gmail) to really try to break the threading. I'm also sending a BCC of it 
to a separate Gmail address of mine that won't route the message through this list. Let's see what 
happens to threading of everything. 

My mail client in this case is MailDroid on my phone. I might originate a copy of this test on my 
other two eMail clients later. Sorry, since this topic is not about LO.

I will read this thread on both Gmail accounts and the non Gmail account that is subscribed to this 
list. I'll use MailDroid on my Android phone, Pegasus Mail on a Windows desktop, and Mulberry Mail 
on a Linux laptop. All three use the IMAP interface to all accounts and i will examine the 
threading headers (In-Reply-To and References).


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Davies <>
To: Rob Jasper <>
Cc:, "" <>, Mark Bourne 
Sent: Fri, 16 Oct 2015 8:50
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Threading

Hi :)  Breaks it ut for me.  GMail on a Chromebook right now.  

So i think that confirms my GMail account does threading by the subject-line.  There might be a 
setting to change that but i don't want to poke around with it right now.  Maybe when i get back to 
my desktop i might have a look.  

Regards from 

Tom :)  

On 16 October 2015 at 12:30, Rob Jasper <> wrote:

Stays in the tread for me :-)

Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 - Mail version 5.3


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