[Q:] Has Mail Delivery Changed? Please Stop.
Sun Feb 28 23:02:00 GMT 1999
Discussions about mail delivery and filtering methods are outside the
scope of this mailing list.
I would appreciate it if people would let this thread die.
In case it was lost in the noise, the "Sender: " field is back.
If you were filtering on it before you can now filter on this again.
The name of the mailing list is now firstname.lastname@example.org .
On Wed, Feb 10, 1999 at 08:59:05AM -0600, Oelke, Dan wrote:
>Oh - if it were only a matter of having to compile up a mailer - I'd be
>in heaven. But, we only have an Exchange server for company email, and
>everyone expects you to send/receive Outlook style calendar things as
>well as Word attachments. You'd swear that people had never heard of
>just using straight ASCII..... <sigh>
>Hence my need to get a separate IMAP/POP account outside the company so
>that I can get a real mailer and filtering capabilities, etc.....
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen [SMTP:email@example.com]
>> Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 1999 3:21 AM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Cc: email@example.com
>> Subject: Re: [Q:] Has Mail Delivery Changed?
>> On Tuesday, 9 February 1999, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> > As for Outlook scanning the entire header - not Outlook 97
>> > that I am using on NT. It's filtering capabilities suck.
>> > I really need to find me a Unix home on the net someplace
>> > that I can connect via IMAP to.......
>> There are various usix mailers that'll compile+work on NT
>> (with cygnus' gnu-windows package).
>> When I started this new job, my only option was Outlook97,
>> which almost drove me mad. It has silly bugs, almost every
>> preset is at the wrong value by default, and you can only
>> read your mail in a proportional font (afaik).
>> Now i'm using (n)mh, with pop/smtp (not local sendmail) and
>> slocal filtering (haven't got mh-e got to work, though).
>> (Guess what, you can filter on strings in the header fields
>> too, just like with ms's great program. Amazing, no?)
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