On Sun, Oct 26, 1997 at 08:39:41PM -0800, Jesse Brown wrote:
> And that STILL doesn't show what list that got sent to! Just 'major'. That
> could be 'majordomo-workers', 'majordomo-users', majordomo,
> 'major-pain-in-the-knads-list', etc. And pine will show the size date,
> etc. I get almost 200 messages a day (from firewalls, ftape,
> majordomo-users, hh-chat, and personal). The only one that changes the
> subject of those 5 is hh-chat and it makes it MUCH easier.
Ahh, I should have mentioned that the subject line is totally
configurable. I chose to have a small number of characters for
the 'list' section to conserve space for other uses, but I could
have it display 15 or 20 characters there. I am on both
majordomo-users and -workers, BTW.
Mutt also allows 'limiting' of the mailbox based on headers, so I
have macro keys set up to just show me majordomo mail, or just
list-managers mail, or just sun-managers mail, etc...
I'd have to say MUA's are quite a religious topic, so I'll bow
> On Sun, 26 Oct 1997, Jeff Wasilko wrote:
> > Why not have the best of both worlds? I use a MUA called mutt,
> > and it can very easily show the list a message was sent to, as
> > well as the person that sent it. Here's how your message looked
> > in my inbox (the Cc major means the message was CC'd to
> > Majordomo-users):
> > 1819 D 10/26 Cc major Jesse Brown ( 48) Re: Obnoxious legalisms
> > With MUA's that do this, there's no reason to clutter the subject
> > line with extra stuff...
> > -Jeff