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'Getting PICLIST- emails to the special directory'
1998\12\22@123809 by raunila

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Hello everybody!
Could anybody tell me a way how is it possible to guide emails coming for instance from PICLIST just to the special directory you self have ordered. I have Microsoft Outlook 97, and I get over 400 emails in a week and I have difficulties to pick and to select the most important emails among from not so very important emails.

1998\12\22@130704 by Ohtsji, Randie

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For Outlook97, I use the Inbox Asssistant (under Tools) and use the rule:
Sent To:spam_OUTPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU to move it to my folder called Piclist.

Randie
.....randie.ohtsjiKILLspamspam@spam@glenayre.com


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1998\12\22@131537 by Rivoir Robert

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Hello

You can create a new folder with menu File - New - Folder  {Piclist_Folder}

Use the Tools - InBox Assistant to Add RuleÊ: For All message sent to
PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU, MoveTo {Piclist_Folder}

Regards
Robert

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1998\12\22@140458 by Terrance Smith

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How would I do this using Netscape mail 4.06

Ohtsji, Randie wrote:
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> For Outlook97, I use the Inbox Asssistant (under Tools) and use the rule:
> Sent To:.....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU to move it to my folder called Piclist.
>
> Randie
> EraseMErandie.ohtsjispam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTglenayre.com
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1998\12\22@145255 by Ohtsji, Randie

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I dunno about Netsape 4.06, but for version 4.04 choose Mail Filters under
Edit.  Choose New Filter and set up something similar.

Randie
randie.ohtsjispamspam_OUTglenayre.com


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1998\12\22@163813 by Arthur Bailey

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>Hello everybody!
>Could anybody tell me a way how is it possible to guide emails coming for
>instance from PICLIST just to the special directory you self have ordered.
I have >Microsoft Outlook 97, and I get over 400 emails in a week and I have
difficulties to >pick and to select the most important emails among from not
so very important >emails.

My version of Outlook may be older than yours, but I suspect that the
procedure is similar. First create a new e-mail directory. Then in the Tools
... Inbox Assistant, select Add. When the dialog box for the message filter
comes up, enter @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU in the "To:" field. In the action
section, select "Move To" and select the new e-mail folder that you created.
That's it - select OK and you should be all set.

Hope this helps.

1998\12\22@173018 by Mark Willis

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In InBox:  Go to Edit / Mail Filters / New, I named mine "_PicList", I
use the rule: If (To or CC) of the message (contains)
(KILLspamPICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU), then (move to folder) (_PicList)
Filter is ( ) Off (*) On.
 Click on OK, and it'll start filtering (Don't forget to go in & view
the messages on occasion <G>)

 BTW if your index of that folder gets corrupted for whatever reason,
just shut down NetScape, go to the mail directory, and delete
_PicList.SNM (Foldername.SNM actually, whatever works for you.)  Next
time you go into that folder with your mail program, it'll have to
rebuild the index (takes a bit) but then you can get AT the newer
messages (You know it's corrupted when you try to read a message and
then jumps to an older message for you, or the middle of an older
message.)  You do lose "New" and "Red Flag" markings on what you had
marked as such when you do this (I compensate by leaving messages read
when I've read them, anything UNread is therefore new!)  And your system
may not have the problems this machine gives me (I need to get my other
machine up & working, it lost an HDD though.)

 Mark, RemoveMEmwillisTakeThisOuTspamnwlink.com

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1998\12\23@105458 by paulb

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Mark Willis wrote:

>   BTW if your index of that folder gets corrupted for whatever reason,
> just shut down NetScape, go to the mail directory, and delete
> _PicList.SNM (Foldername.SNM actually, whatever works for you.)

 I'm using an earlier version, but ... I get sneaky and delete the .SNM
files *without* closing Netscape.  If you select a different folder just
after you do this, it checks the index on the new one and re-indexes it
as necessary.

 With some care, I manage to share folders between networked machines.

>  Next time you go into that folder with your mail program, it'll have
> to rebuild the index (takes a bit)

 You must have huge folders!

> You do lose "New" and "Red Flag" markings on what you had marked as
> such when you do this

 Again, *might* just be different on my old 3.01, but this information
is stored in the *actual* mail file as Mozilla-Status so is *not* lost.
--
 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1998\12\23@142830 by Mark Willis

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Paul B. Webster VK2BZC wrote:
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> Mark Willis wrote:
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> >   BTW if your index of that folder gets corrupted for whatever reason,
> > just shut down NetScape, go to the mail directory, and delete
> > _PicList.SNM (Foldername.SNM actually, whatever works for you.)
>
>   I'm using an earlier version, but ... I get sneaky and delete the .SNM
> files *without* closing Netscape.  If you select a different folder just
> after you do this, it checks the index on the new one and re-indexes it
> as necessary.
>
>   With some care, I manage to share folders between networked machines.

 4.06 doesn't always seem to do this, I thought? (I could try, maybe
4.04 was the ill-mannered version <G>)  FileMgr would delete the .snm
files, but it seemed that it kept the cached copy sometimes anyways.
With things the way they are here, anything's possible <G>

 Sharing folders, that'd be handy!, I'll work on that (I'm building a
newsgroup server machine, just got the CPU in, need a fan <G>) - it'll
act as an email file server, I think.  It'd be nice to be able to use a
different machine than \\Speedster (Robin's old P133 machine) for
e-mail!

> >  Next time you go into that folder with your mail program, it'll have
> > to rebuild the index (takes a bit)
>
>   You must have huge folders!

 Something like 200 Mb total in 20 folders, the Service Dogs listserve,
PICList, and Voice Users listserve are the major 3 here (50, 40, 25 Mb
apiece <G>)  Until I get a cable modem (I'm v.90 "is all", now) I don't
usually get to go hit the PicList archives online.  $40 a month for that
service, here, thinking about that...

> > You do lose "New" and "Red Flag" markings on what you had marked as
> > such when you do this
>
>   Again, *might* just be different on my old 3.01, but this information
> is stored in the *actual* mail file as Mozilla-Status so is *not* lost.
> --
>   Cheers,
>         Paul B.

 4.03 (IIRC) was horribly buggy, looking forwards to finishing learning
Linux so I can do things the way I want to <G>  It's possible that 4.03
gave me major problems & misled me, good info!  (4.03 lost a major chunk
of all my e-mail, like 15 Mb, ouch.)

 Mark

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