2012年6月16日

Re: wl newbie, various questions


> This pretty much describes my workflow. In this day and age lots of
> listservers are archived so I've moved away from subscribing to
> anything that I'm not really interested in. Not to mention gmane, web
> forums etc.

That is true, I should probably unsubscribe from a couple of MLs I
don't follow closely.


> Otherwise, you may want to investigate whether your upstream IMAP
> server support sieve scripts, wh/are in my experience, the best way to
> automate handling large volumes of email scattered throughout numerous
> mail lists. Filtering then occurs server side as messages come in so
> there's no lag client side waiting on hundreds/thousands of messages
> to be processed.

The problem is that I am forced to use 2 emails which surely don't
provide that (work and university), and I'd like to have a solution
that works for all of them, so that I don't have to spend time tuning
the configuration in different places.

Tbh, it worked pretty well with thunderbird, but I hated thunderbird
interface...

Francesco.

At Fri, 15 Jun 2012 16:37:31 -0600,
Ken Gunderson wrote:
>
> At Fri, 15 Jun 2012 14:53:58 -0700,
> Erik Hetzner wrote:
> >
> > [1 <text/plain; UTF-8 (quoted-printable)>]
> > Hi Francesco,
> >
> > At Fri, 15 Jun 2012 21:42:59 +0100,
> > Francesco Mazzoli wrote:
> > >
> > > […]
> > >
> > > Well, you definitely need the headers since the matching is done on
> > > those.
> > >
> > > The problem with that workflow is that I'm on some high volume mailing
> > > lists that I don't follow that closely, and it's quite annoying to see
> > > those messages in my inbox when I'm not interested in them.
> >
> > I just did a quick check: WL fetches only the message headers for an
> > auto-refile.
> >
> > You can use `t R` to mark a thread read, `r R` to mark a region read,
> > or even use `?` to search, then `m R` to mark the “picked” messages as
> > read. Anyhow, it works for me with high-volume lists. Your mileage may
> > vary.
>
> This pretty much describes my workflow. In this day and age lots of
> listservers are archived so I've moved away from subscribing to
> anything that I'm not really interested in. Not to mention gmane, web
> forums etc.
>
> Otherwise, you may want to investigate whether your upstream IMAP
> server support sieve scripts, wh/are in my experience, the best way to
> automate handling large volumes of email scattered throughout numerous
> mail lists. Filtering then occurs server side as messages come in so
> there's no lag client side waiting on hundreds/thousands of messages
> to be processed.
>
> Regards-- Ken
>


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