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From Jon Schewe <>
Subject Re: subject line
Date Thu, 02 Nov 2000 03:12:25 GMT
You can also use the Outlook Today page and just add the Ant folder to the
list of folders that are viewable directly from the page.

Jay Ashworth <> writes:

> I have a filter set up in Outlook 98, and have all Ant (user group) related
> messages automatically moved to my 'Ant' folder.  I don't have to keep
> switching to the 'Ant' folder to see if there's anything new, because I've
> enabled the View | Folder List option.  Any time there are new messages, the
> folder name is bolded, and the quantity of new messages sits to the right of
> the folder name: i.e. (bold)"Ant (24)"  If all messages are read, the name
> is presented in standard typeface and reads as normal, "Ant"
> So, there's a way you wouldn't have to 'constantly go to the ant folder ...'
> Doesn't matter to me if there is a subject prefix or not, since I'm already
> filtering them to an appropriate location anyway.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Carlson []
> Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2000 8:32 AM
> To: ''
> Subject: RE: subject line
> Thanks for the suggestion of automatically sending the ant messages to an
> ant folder.  I could do this (Outlook 98 has this capability) but then I
> wouldn't be able to screen the messages as they come in.  I would have to
> constantly go to the ant folder and see if there are new messages.
> It seems like a basic, simple, considerate practice to have the mail list
> server prefix the subject with [ant-user].  Every other mailing list I am on
> prefixes their subject lines, there should be no reason (at least in my mind
> :-) why this one can't as well.
> Thanks again for the suggestions.  I assume there is someone at Apache that
> could turn this feature on.  I'd just like to know who it is.
> Jonathan

Jon Schewe |
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nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any 
powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all 
creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that 
is in Christ Jesus our Lord. - Romans 8:38-39
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