Bill Coleman AA4LR wrote:
>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
Another alternative is Turnpike (http://www.turnpike.com/) which can
detect incoming mail-list messages and keep them completely separate
from the personal e-mail. Each mail-list that my wife and I subscribe to
is automatically organized into a threaded format which can be read
like a newsgroup.
Now that Jim has labeled every message with [TowerTalk] it's very easy
to use this feature.
73 from Ian G3SEK Editor, 'The VHF/UHF DX Book'
'In Practice' columnist for RadCom (RSGB)
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