hrlinneweh at sbcglobal.net
Wed Nov 18 13:26:49 CST 2009
Well, I was reading this https://mozillalabs.com/raindrop and it could have the potential
to solve these problems for non gmail users and policy issues surrounding email itself.
This is not intended to rain on anyones parade.
From: Matthew Dodd <mdodd at doddserver.com>
To: Chris Meidinger <cmeidinger at sendmail.com>
Cc: Nanog <nanog at merit.edu>
Sent: Wed, November 18, 2009 11:13:27 AM
Subject: Re: Policy News
I think he meant being able to easily delete an entire thread of emails, like you might be able to if you were using Gmail. Sadly I don't know of any feature that does this in Mail.app, but you can always make a Smart Mailbox with the rule Any Recipient : Contains : "nanog at merit.edu" and delete things within that mailbox.
On Nov 18, 2009, at 2:01 PM, Chris Meidinger wrote:
> Command+0 for the activity viewer - then click on the stop sign
> Sent from my iPhone. Please execute spelling errors.
> On 18.11.2009, at 17:43, Steven Bellovin <smb at cs.columbia.edu> wrote:
>> Does anyone know an easy way to do "kill thread" in MacOS's Mail.App? It's getting increasingly hard to read the NANOG list on my Mac without such a capability. (Yes, the question is serious on its own, apart from any other meanings you may choose to read into it.)
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