On Thu, 11 Nov 2004, Michael Conry wrote:
> Well, I think it's a bit amusing how far from the original subject
> line of the thread we've gotten. I think we need some sort of new
> mail header by which mutt can automatically flag these types of
> subject-morphing drifts (editing the subject line by hand really
> isn't good enough) :-)
Flag in what way?
Editing the subject line lets you indicate that the discussion has
drifter, however, it leaves the refences in place so that threading
MUAs can still join the post into the thread at the appropriate
so you can still collapse the thread if you're not interested in it.
If your MUA is clever it should be able to let collapse threads at
arbitrary nodes and/or recognise that subject-child != subject-parent
indicates a new 'subthread' (in which case it could could collapse
that thread by default, if that is the users preferences for new
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