Mail Archives: djgpp/1997/06/06/08:15:05

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Date: Fri, 06 Jun 1997 13:56:53 +0200
From: Stefano Brozzi <brozzis AT mag00 DOT cedi DOT unipr DOT it>
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To: Grzegorz AT jet DOT es, Hankiewicz AT jet DOT es
Cc: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
Subject: Re: Allegro Newsgroup
References: <3392A07C DOT 66C2 AT mag00 DOT cedi DOT unipr DOT it> <01bc6f7e$2100e340$7ab4e0c2 AT pentium-120> <339576DA DOT 29AB AT mag00 DOT cedi DOT unipr DOT it> <3395B526 DOT FCA55E18 AT jet DOT es>

Grzegorz Adam Hankiewicz wrote:
> > Most mails regarding Allegro don't even have the word 'allegro' in
> > the body.
> >
>   I think that there's another problem. Now, as I write this message I
> am using Netscape 4, but 3 days ago I used IExplorer 3.0. I have seen
> that Netscape allows you to search for strings in the subject, name of
> sender, etc.
> But IExplorer only allows you to match the exact subject, and then, once
> I tried the email filters and they were even case-sensitive.
> If everybody used Netscape 4, it would be ok, but then, what happens
> with someone who doesn't have a latest-generation-email-reader ?

Filtering mail isn't (always) a problem of the mailreader.
There are many free filters for auto-folding.
Emacs itself does it.
Moreover the problem isn't the sender of the mail, 
you can use whatever you want. 
The problem is only for the receiver: if you don't care 
about folding, well, you can use whatever you want.
If you want your computer do an automatic cleaning, delete spammails,
delete mail with subjects as: 'subscribe djgpp' or 'newbie questions'
or 'big binaries' or even 'Allegro:' you have to use something smarter
than Netscape X.
I don't even know if NEtscape does autofolding, but if you want to
know about how your computer could read your mail and suggest you
which mail read, download emacs and type M-x gnus RET C-h i.


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