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Re: conversations threading IMPORTANT
does this as does the LD archives
just look at some of the distorted threads in october:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Per Boysen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2007 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: conversations threading IMPORTANT
> On 11 okt 2007, at 09.29, Claude Voit wrote:
>> somewhere in the message header are some nb/codes that make the
>> conversation tree understandable by the email client and organizes
>> the display in our respective mail client.
> This is something I have not heard of? No email system I have been
> using works like that (MS Windows Office Outlook, Outlook Express,
> Eudora, MS Entourage for Mac, Apple Mail, online web browser
> dependent G-Mail, online web browser PHP system Squirrel). When
> sorting according to Subject (equalling "thread") the function is
> based on alphabetical order, leaving out those short abbreviations
> typically added by the email client, as "Re", "RE", "FW" etc.
>> SO when you take the last message you recieved and just delete the
>> text and subjects and then enter your fantastic new subject about
>> whatever, you still continue the same old conversation because the
>> threading code is still the same and doesnt care you changed
>> subject from apples to terrorism.
>> the reason I'm complaining is this fucks up the archive and burries
>> great conversations in obscure subjects and vice-versa
> Ouch... getting that mustn't be fun. I would be interested in hearing
> about email systems that supports such "nb threading code"?
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.boysen.se (Swedish)
> www.looproom.com (international)