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> ok my bad i havent read the manual
> But yes there are companies that require to use their own cable only
> Trance Audio being one of them!
This message was not picked up by my email filter and therefore wasn't
routed to my Loopers Delight folder. So I checked my LD Filter. If the
string "loopers-delight.com" appears in either the To: or Reply-To:
headers, then the messages gets routed to my LD folder. However, Luis's
message was To: Bill Walker and Cc:
firstname.lastname@example.org. That explains why my filter didn't
pick up this message and route it to the desired folder. I suppose that
I could add to my filter to also look for "loopers-delight.com" in the
Cc: header. Unfortunately, if another list that I subscribe to is in
the To: or Cc: field and isn't processed before my LD filter runs,
(filters can only be run in order), then a message for LD or for some
other list will get routed to the wrong folder depending upon filter order.
For the Yahoogroup lists where I have subscribed and where many of you
also belong, the Subject: header contains [list name], i.e. the list
name (or some other identifying phrase) in square brackets. If I sort
on that and that alone, I usually don't run into too many problems with
messages being routed to the wrong folder. With many of us on the same
lists, this is a real possibility when someone posts to multiple lists.
1. What is the possibility of having the listserve add [LD] to the
subject of all messages before sending them out? Replies that already
contain the [LD] string of characters wouldn't need it added in yet
again so a smart procedure would be required.
2. What do some of you other members do when your filters route your LD
messages to the wrong folder or route non-LD messages to your LD folder?