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Subject[LK] Re: lkml subject line
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> On 2001-02-12T11:56:00,
> Mike Harrold <mharrold@cas.org> said:
>
> > Maybe I don't *want* the LKML messages in a seperate folder.
> > Maybe I just want to identify them at a pinch in my inbox?
>
> You can use procmail to modify the subject line of incoming mail too.
>
> > Maybe my employer doesn't allow me to install additional software anyway?
>
> Those would all be your problems and I would suggest using a different account
> for mail then.

Out of interest, how would that solve anything? So I use an ISP instead.
Then I have to download all my mail to home to read it. Talk about a
total waste of time.

It's hard enough tracking my mail as it is, let alone having to have another
account just to handle a certain mailing list.

> This discussion happens on every mailing list occasionally, and it is just a
> generally bad idea, period.

I disagree, and while I may be in the minority on this list, I am certainly
not in the minority across the board, given that virtually every mailing list
I am subscribed to DOES prepend a tag to the subject line.

> Especially for a list which is as often crossposted to as lk.

This I can buy. But it is, IMHO, the only valid argument against doing so.

> Can we now move on?

Of course. Wouldn't want to interrupt our regular traffic for too long :)

/Mike
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