[Rack] manual threading?
alex.buie at frozenfeline.net
Wed Jul 31 20:13:14 UTC 2013
I don't quite know how mailman does it algorithmically, but the important
headers are In-Reply-To: and References:. I notice you're on gmail... Have
you thought about subscribing to all messages and then just setting up a
filter to autoarchive or automove them to a folder? Then you can still
retrieve and reply to them normally, but they stay out of your way. Seems a
lot easier than the copy/paste dance and is what I do for all my different
MLs (categorized by folder)
In-Reply-To: <C59CE722-B528-45A2-80AF-8963613954D3 at xtreme.com>
References: <51F90F17.4090706 at gmail.com>
<20130731143322.1ACFD24E00EE at mail.monochrom.at>
<C59CE722-B528-45A2-80AF-8963613954D3 at xtreme.com>
On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 12:56 PM, Johny Radio <johnyradio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Rack
> For my convenience, I do my list reading on the archive pages. Example:
> When i reply, it's by way of copy-and-paste. Instead of clicking "Reply"
> in my mail client, i just copy the subject line from the archive, expecting
> that by using the same subject line, my message will be attached to the
> same thread.
> Peeps are reporting that my message breaks the thread. Meaning, even
> though my subject is the same, my message does not get displayed with the
> thread in their email client. I'm guessing there must be some hidden header
> containing the thread info. Is that correct?
> Is there a way I can adhere to threading while not subscribing to all
> Many thanks,
> Johny Radio
> Rack mailing list
> Rack at lists.noisebridge.net
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