|[AMRadio] handling reflector mail|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 17:41:23 EDT 2009
If you could help the folks with aol accounts set up threading that
would be great. I'm sure they'd appreicate it as I bet they don't
have that working and it would be a big aid to their handling ham
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 3:29 PM, Philip Leonard WVØT
<leolists at seidkr.com> wrote:
> Most modern email clients (Thunderbird, Outlook, etc.) will do threading
> (which is what you are talking about here).
> Rob Atkinson wrote:
>> The secret is to get yourself a google mail account and use that for
>> everything ham. go to http://mail.google.com and set one up. It's
>> easy and free. Then use it to subscribe to reflectors etc.
>> Why? Because of the way google mail handles everything. It
>> automatically puts all mail with the same subject in a clump, sort of
>> like a folder, that you click on to expand to read if you want to. Or
>> if you don't care about it, you can click in the box next to the topic
>> listing and delete all of them at once unread.
>> Once you use it you will never go back to hotmail, or whatever and
>> you'll only use your aol mail client app for stuff related to work,
>> business, family ... non-ham things.
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