On Tue, 7 Nov 2006 10:03:56 GMT
Lars Hecking <lhecking at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> Frank Duignan writes:
> > Colm, is it possibly to have two subject line prefixes:
> > [ILUG] for member posts
> > [NILUG] for non-member posts.
> > If this is easy then all members can use their mail rules to
> > do with non-subscriber posts as they see fit.
> > f.
>> Actually, can we get rid of the prefixes altogether? They're
> a waste of space anyway, and it's as easy (and makes more
> sense) to filter on different headers.
I'd forgotten that subjects have a prefix as I have configured
my email client, sylpheed, to hide the string from me. I'd
suggest you do likewise as I'm sure plenty of people still
scan visually for ILUG mails to delete/read.
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