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From: "David Street" <>
Subject: Re: (DEV) re missing out on returning replies
Date: Sun, 2 Jun 2002 21:00:43 +0100
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I use this method and it works very well for me. I subscribe to 4 lists and
each message is directed to the relevant folder. I also have folders for
other interests such as my Church and mail from my ISP.
You set it up using Tools > Message Rules > Mail.
This is how I set up my *London List* folder :=
Apply this rule after the message arrives
Where the message body contains 'LONDON Mailing List'
or Where the To line contains ''
Move it to the London list folder
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alandra Palisser" <>
Sent: Saturday, June 01, 2002 4:49 PM
Subject: (DEV) re missing out on returning replies
> Another alternative would be to set up an individual folder for Devon L
> incoming email in our Inbox, for those who use Outlook Express as their
> email program, and Internet Explorer as their browser.
> That way, when mail comes from Devon L it goes directly into its own
> and is highlighted when email is there. These Individual folders line up
> the left side of the screen, directly below Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, and
> Deleted Items.
> For people on several lists, a folder can be set up for each separate
> list. This way, the mail in these individual folders is kept separate
> the "general inbox".
> Individual folders like this can be set up for each person that you hear
> from often, - for example, one for each friend who sends many emails,
> thing for relatives. It's very convenient.
> Now I should take my own advice and try to remember how to do this : )
> young friend set these Individual folders up for me initially, and I
> done this in the past, but when my computer was upgraded last summer, I
> never set this up again. Am always surprised at how few people seem to
> have heard of this when I mention it. Is there anyone onlist who has
> used this method, who can give us a "crash course" on setting this up?
> Alandra in B.C. Canada
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