On Friday 05 October 2001 13:52, John Gaughan wrote:
> On Fri, 05 Oct 2001, David Golden wrote:
> Yup, mailreaders that have threading support that I know of are Mutt,
> Evolution and (if I remember correctly) the mailreader in
> Netscape/Mozilla. Newsreaders with threading support are slrn and
Yes, but AFAIK they're like the "threaded" display of slashdot, not the
"nested" display. In the "nested" display, the entries are sorted and
indented like a "threaded" reader, but rather than just showing the
subject/headers, each whole message is displayed, complete with individual
The easiest way to see it is to go to slashdot, open
a story, and select "nested" instead of "threaded" in the prefs bar.
This is only any good if you've got a big, high-res canvas to display it on -
hence it's only really becoming workable nowadays.
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