[haiku] Re: Hotmail Was: Rethinking the Haiku Distro Guidelines

  • From: Eddy Groen <eddyspeeder@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2009 20:36:35 +0200

Actually there's an easier way in Gmail.

Just click on "show details" within *any* of the mailing list's messages.
Right below the bottom field which displays the name of the mailing list,
there's an option called "filter this mailing list". Enjoy ;-)

2009/10/24 Christopher Walker <sven.hakonsson@xxxxxxxxx>

> To add a filter in GMail, simply click on Settings -> Filters -> Create a
> new filter and create a filter which is applicable to emails from the
> mailing list, and which will automatically archive the email and apply a
> "Haiku" label. A Label is functionally the equivalent to a folder, except
> that you can do more with them and a single email can have multiple labels.
> (In fact, the Inbox is mostly treated as a Label its self) To edit labels,
> go to Settings -> Labels
> For example, I have both a Haiku label and a "purchases" label, so when I
> purchased a shirt from the Haiku cafe press store, I applied both labels to
> the status email.
> GMail filters can also sort mail based on sender, recipient, subject, text
> content, and attachments, and can also be applied to the current mail
> archive. You can even do a test search to determine what effects the filter
> will have.

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