[MacPorts-Dev] About email subjects

nox nox at macports.org
Wed Jan 6 15:48:35 PST 2010

Now you've done it. You must tell us what that asterisk mean :D

Le 7 janv. 2010 à 00:46, Jim Meyer a écrit :

> On 1/6/10 3:38 PM, Evan McClain wrote:
>> On Thu, Jan 07, 2010 at 12:29:39AM +0100, paolo lulli wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> I think it could be a great thing if the mailing list could be setup
>>> to prefix subject of the email with something like this one:
>>> [MacPorts-Dev]
>>> Eitherwise it is nearly impossible to distinguish between list
>>> messages and personal ones.
>>> I think it something easily accomplishable.
> I used to be a subject tag fan, but I'd much rather use that real estate for real subject line these days. I don't object to short ones (< 5 chars), but more than that is kinda painful, IMhO.
>> There is already a List-Id message header which can be used for
>> filtering and identifying which list the email is from, but some email
>> clients don't really let you see email headers or know how to deal with
>> mailing lists. I guess that's why I'm still using mutt :P
> Actually, almost all of them do, and many now let you set up mailing list filters or add custom headers to filter on. It doesn't yet pass my Mother-in-Law test*, but it should be within reach of anyone on this mailing list (again, IMhO).
> --j
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