Agreed, please don't do that.
>From: Rich Pieri[SMTP:email@example.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, April 9, 1997 4:20 PM
>Subject: Re: (MJ) tag prefix on each subject line
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>>>>>> "LW" == Larry Williamson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>LW> Some of the lists that I am on put a nice little prefix on the
>LW> subject. This is a great aid when previewing 100 new messages in
>LW> one's inbox in the morning.
>These tags are the second most annoying 'feature' of Majordomo and mailing
>lists in general, after Reply-To headers pointing back at the mailing list.
>Most modern MUAs have means of sorting messages based on easilly
>configurable criteria. Every message that goes through a Majordomo mailing
>list has a Sender mailbox unique to that list. Sort all your list mail
>based on the contents of the Sender header and you will always get your
>list mail in the correct folder.
>Just FYI I average over 400 pieces of mail every day during the week (drops
>off to a bit over 250 on weekends :) and have no problems splitting my
>lists into the correct mailboxes.
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