No, but the "To: " does and you can sort on that....
> Please note that the sender field does NOT contain the word firewalls. I
> subscribe to many lists and there are some, like this one, where it is
> impossible to filter the mail because the sender field almost contains the
> address of the actual sender, not the list.
> > From: SMTP%"Brent @
com" 27-AUG-1995 14:38:01.00
> > To: PAWLUK_JEAN @
com, firewalls @
> > CC:
> > Subj: Re: FIREWALL:Please use word Firewall in subject line
> > At 10:21 AM 8/27/95, PAWLUK_JEAN @
> > >Hi,
> > >
> > >Many of the people on this list use mail filters to place incoming mail
> > >into mail folders . I and many others would appreciate everyone who would
> > >use the word FIREWALL in the subject line. The volume of mail is so large
> > >on this list that it can take hours to read all of the mail on
> > >this subject and having it organized into a folder makes life easier.
> > >Thanks, Jeanne
> > No, please don't. There's no need to clutter up the Subject lines even
> > further. Folks that want to sift Firewalls email off to a separate folder
> > for reading (and I'm one of them) should use a mailer that lets them filter
> > incoming messages (like I do; I use Eudora on a Mac; any message that has a
> > "Sender:" header with the word "firewalls" in it is refiled to a separate
> > Firewalls folder).
> > Individuals shouldn't try to make the limitations of their mail readers be
> > a problem for everybody else on the list; they should get a better mail
> > reader.
> > -Brent