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for admins: mailing list like spam

Michele Amoretti
Hi,

why not to put a [LUCENE USER] automatic tag at the beginning of
e-mails subjects?

It will make mails list more easy to read (I am using gmail and I do
not have client-side filters).

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Michele Amoretti, Ph.D.
Distributed Systems Group
Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Informazione
Università degli Studi di Parma
http://www.ce.unipr.it/people/amoretti

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Re: for admins: mailing list like spam

Erik Hatcher

On Nov 3, 2006, at 3:20 AM, Michele Amoretti wrote:
> why not to put a [LUCENE USER] automatic tag at the beginning of
> e-mails subjects?

Because the To and Reply-to headers indicate the list.  All Apache e-
mail lists operate the same, and we are not going to change this  
behavior.

        Erik


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Re: for admins: mailing list like spam

Patrek
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> It will make mails list more easy to read (I am using gmail and I do
> not have client-side filters).


That is not true.

You can have labels, and, if you look at the top of the page, right beside
the  "Search the Web" button, you have a "create filter" link.

Patrick
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Re: Re: for admins: mailing list like spam

Mike Klaas
On 11/3/06, Patrick Turcotte <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > It will make mails list more easy to read (I am using gmail and I do
> > not have client-side filters).
>
>
> That is not true.
>
> You can have labels, and, if you look at the top of the page, right beside
> the  "Search the Web" button, you have a "create filter" link.

"Skip Inbox" is particularly important when doing this.

-Mike

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