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From RADEMAKERS Tanguy <>
Subject Re: List of frequently found gotchas
Date Mon, 15 Mar 2004 16:09:31 GMT
Helo Cindy,

I don't know Anthill but i'm guessing it's at sourceforge: i subscribe 
to a couple of lists hosted there and they all have the list name in the 
subject. I also subscribe to several lists from, and they 
don't follow this pattern. Given that all the mailing lists at are run by the same program and none of the other lists have 
the list name in the title, this might not be easy/possible - either 
from a technical or policy point of view. Take a look at the headers 
from any mail off this list: there are several list specific values 
which uniquely identify this list, including the List-Id:"Ant Users 
List" <> which you can use to filter (move into a 
common folder).


Lindsey, Lucinda wrote:

>I agree with the request to add [ant-users] to the subject of an email. I
>subscribe to the Anthill mail list and their emails all contain [Anthill] in
>the subject. The info on how to filter is great and adding the [ant-users]
>key word in the subject would be even better.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: []
>Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2004 11:36 PM
>Subject: RE: List of frequently found gotchas
>>Fair enough for the spam filtering.  But what about the 
>>contextual info it 
>>provides to ease the human filtering?
>After sorting the mails into a "Ant User List" folder the context
>is clear. I donĀ“t have to think about that.
>All I do is deleting mails which topic (subject) is not in my
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