On 10:07 AM 2/12/01, Margaret Levine Young wrote:
>At 2/12/01 12:49 PM, Mikael Hansen wrote:
>>On Mon, 12 Feb 2001, Margaret Levine Young wrote:
>> > I decide that I don't want to
>> > read the rest of the "Just for grins" thread because I don't have time.
>> > There's no "kill this thread" command. Eudora could add a command that
>> > deletes all the unread messages in the current mailbox with the same
>> > subject line as the current message - I'd love it!
>>Option-click message hilights the thread, then hit the delete button.
>In Eudora (4.3)? By "Option-click" you are referring to a Mac key?
comp.mail.eudora.ms-windows to the rescue:
>> I seem to recall that there was a keyboard shortcut one could use
>> when you are viewing a message, to select all the other messages
>> with the same subject.
>Alt-click on the subject field of one of the messages in the
>summaries/toc window. All messages with the same subject will be
> -- AK
>PGP keys available from servers
All messages will be grouped, *and* highlighted. Now, (with Eudora 5, I
don't recall if Make Filter was present in some or all of the earlier
versions), you can:
Click on Special | Make Filter. Select:
the conditions (Incoming and Manual),
the radio button to filter based on Subject,
the action "Delete Message (Transfer to Trash)",
and then click the "Add Details" button at the bottom. This will open your
filter list, and allow you to drag/move this new filter *before* the filter
that moves your list email to your list folder (and presumably ends with a
"skip next" command).
Voila, a killed thread.