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[filmscanners] Re: appropriateness of " Density vsDynamicrange"thread (pro)



One more thing to add. Anyone who subscribes to at least one busy list would
serve themselves immensely by setting up Rules or Filters to sort each lists
incoming messages into their own respective folders. Once done you can
arrange the messages by sender, time sent, message heading, etc. It makes
following, and perhaps more on point, ignoring threads, manageable.

Anyone who lets their list messages intermingle with their personal email
will go mad in no time!

Todd

>
> Interesting comments, Julian.
>
> When I check my e-mail for messages, I just ignore the ones I don't wish
> to read.  As I read my mail, I delete it or save it to a folder I have
> for that purpose.  Then, I just highlight the ones that I didn't wish to
> read and delete them all with one click of the delete key.  No work at
> all.
>
> Ted
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Julian Robinson" <jrobinso@pcug.org.au>
> To: <tedbayer@harbornet.com>
> Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 2:54 PM
> Subject: [filmscanners] Re: appropriateness of " Density vs
> Dynamicrange"thread (pro)
>
>
>> Don - I agree it could be tiresome to have your Scanners mailbox full
> of
>> things you are not interested in - which is how I would find this
> current
>> dynamic range thread if I wasn't participating - in some frustration.
> I
>> too use Eudora and Stan's is maybe the best solution if it really
> upsets you.
>>
>> But in the normal course of things, you have to click on an email to
> read
>> it anyway, surely the simplest solution is simply not to click on the
> ones
>> with "density vs dynamic range" in the header?  There are always LOTS
> of
>> messages I don't read, simply because the subject doesn't interest me.
> It
>> is no extra work NOT to click, and it means the messages are always
> there
>> if for some reason you should suddenly or later become interested.
> You can
>> also monitor, by casting your eye over the headers, how the discussion
> is
>> going.  And if a header appeared "filmscanners] RE: Density vs Dynamic
>> range - I GIVE UP!"  you would of course read it with great interest.
>>
>> The only possible downside I see to ignoring unwanted messages is the
> disc
>> space required to store these messages and this, in modern terms, is
>> insignificant.  I still have every email from every list that I have
> ever
>> received stored away here, and the space and speed effect is
>> negligible.  Oh yes, also the download time and MB, but I think this
> is
>> pretty insignificant these days as well, and I am only on 31k bps.
>>
>> Julian
>>
>>> I also use Eudora Pro (which, by the way, seems to have become more
>>> unstable with later releases; it often crashes or loses menu items).
> When
>>> you create a filter to dump emails, you can specify that the subject
>>> "contains" certain words. It doesn't have to exactly match the entire
>>> subject of the incoming email.
>>>
>>> Stan
>>
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