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- From: Baden Hughes <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 12:57:06 +1000
>Tom Williamson writes:
> > I propose that the list server which handles this list be configured to
> > identify the sender of the messages it mails as "XML-DEV List" or
> > something similar, so that messages from the list can be clearly
> > identified and grouped by the recipients.
> > Anyone else feel this way?
David Megginson writes:
>When I was bothering to filter, I just used the Sender field
>"email@example.com", which is always the same.
Or just filter for _any_ header containing firstname.lastname@example.org (you might have
multiple pass filters if you're using a decent email program like Eudora :-))
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