[Rack] manual threading?
alex.buie at frozenfeline.net
Wed Jul 31 20:15:13 UTC 2013
(I should note that the values in the headers are message-ids... Unique
identifiers that identify a particular piece of mail. You can view said IDs
by going to "Show Original" in the dropdown next to the reply button in
GMail's web interface.)
On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 1:13 PM, Alex Buie <alex.buie at frozenfeline.net>wrote:
> 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)
> PS: Examples:
> 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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