On 3/5/97 22:57, Jonathan Starr at email@example.com wrote:
>The digest sounds like a great idea; one that
>answers my one big problem with the reflector.
>When a bunch of reflector messages come in, I
>sometimes miss important business or personal
>email amidst all the more interesting but
>admittedly less critical towertalk stuff.
You shouldn't any more. All of the contesting.com reflectors have been
changed so that the name of the mailing list is prepended to the subject.
(ie [TowerTalk]) So, just look for a subject that doesn't have this in
the header. (Of course, if someone sends you a personal message as a
reply from the list, it will be like this, too)
I use a pretty powerful e-mail client, Claris Emailer. It only runs on
Macs, but I heard there is a Windows version in the works. It permits
processing of received mail. I've set up a number of mail actions to set
the priority of each message according to where it came from. So, all my
TowerTalk messages have the priority "Tower" and are displayed in a deep
Your e-mail client may be able to do the same. Check it out. It is very
useful when sifting through 100's of messages a day.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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