Archiver > LIST-UPDATE > 2006-08 > 1155849361

Subject: Re: [LIST-UPDATE] Removal of X-Mailing-List header frommailing listmessages
Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 17:16:01 EDT


To answer your question #1 below, AOL is one email client that does not
allow filtering to various folders! We have *one* place for our mail to go and
that's our inbox. AOL will deliver *some* mail to our spam folder, but that is
done by AOL and cannot be set by the user.

We can block all mail; block certain email addresses; block all Internet
mail; accept all mail; accept only those also on our buddy lists; or accept
*only* certain addresses. However we choose from those 6, what we receive goes in
our inbox.

Sharon Dulcich
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From: Rod Dav4is < >
Subject: Re: [LIST-UPDATE] Removal of X-Mailing-List header frommailing list
Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 16:38:58 -0400
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Lauren Boyd wrote in part:

1. Do all email clients allow filtering on any old header lines?
2. I would be not be surpassed if there were some that allowed only
To:, cc:, subject:, body:.
3. And what subscribers know that much about the intricacies of the
header lines anyway?
4. If the new RW mailing lists require such esoteric knowledge in
order to do filtering, a Big Mistake has been made.

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