[Ansteorra] How about a forum?
chiara.francesca at gmail.com
Sat Mar 29 17:11:54 PDT 2008
Gmail does the same thing as well. Works wonderfully when trying to read all
that Grand Counsel email. :)
At home Outlook allows for basically the same thing. You just have to
manipulated it a lot.
Our mailing list archives can also be sorted in this manner so that you can
read just one thread.
But I do have to support Sir Morgan's words about members that do not have
access to email from home. We have many members that simple do not have
internet access from home for one reason or another. Most of our members
that do have access at work are blocked from using forums. Blocking software
is being utilized more vigorously in the last 3 years and it is not going to
let up as spammers get smarter and learn how to get past our best efforts.
From: ansteorra-bounces at lists.ansteorra.org
[mailto:ansteorra-bounces at lists.ansteorra.org] On Behalf Of Melissa
Sent: Saturday, March 29, 2008 9:29 AM
To: Kingdom of Ansteorra - SCA, Inc.
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] How about a forum?
I do exactly what 'wolf just described and then click on the cute little
button that Mozilla's Thunderbird supplies for me: threads. This can't
control the messages that no longer pertain to the topic because we
forget to change the subject line, but it helps immensely in keeping all
the messages of one type grouped together.
Jay Yeates wrote:
> simpler solution ....
> * set whatever groups you wish to control better to "email delivery". if
> already on a mailing list (such as these it's already doen for you)
> * setup your email client's rules to scan for the relevent subject header
> suject line "root tag" (ie: in this group [Ansteiorra] and move them to a
> relevent place in your message store .. such as
> * change to whatever sorting rules works best for you .. I shift between
> date and subject line
> * read / repy / delete / tag for save / etc at your liesure
> does wonders at keeping the primary "inbox" uncluttered and doesn't add
> another level of online complexity for everyone else trying to keep up
> things and have no issues with the status quo
> ... understand, manage, modify as appropriate ones local resources
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