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Re: LibLicense list handling


I have my email filters in Eudora set up to recognize incoming mail sent
To: liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu; all the messages sent to the list end up
in one mailbox, and I can read them all together and know that they all
came from liblicense.

Hope this helps,


At 06:48 PM 2/13/02 -0500, you wrote:
>[Moderators' note:  it is our understanding that the type of list
>software in use by Yale IT does not label messages in this way, but
>we'll follow up just to be sure.]
>Is there any way that the list characteristics could be set by Yale so
>that <LibLicense> shows up either at the beginning of the subject line or
>as the sender?
>I ask because I almost deleted Doig's delightful posting unread because it
>looked like it might be virus-induced disaster mail: a sender whose name I
>did not recognize and a generic subject heading that served as a teaser.
>Also, if there were a labeling process, I could use my in-box manager to
>corral them all in a separate folder, which would keep me from
>accidentally deleting ones I really want to save when "Mailbox is full"
>messages start to appear...
>Karyn Popham
>Houston, Texas

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