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From Stefan Klein <>
Subject Re: possible to put identifier in cocoon list subject?
Date Tue, 16 Sep 2003 08:24:54 GMT

thanks for replying. First of all, I made a little mistake in my previous post. Of course,
it allows to filter by sender addresses (that doesn't help, though, since there are many,
many senders on the cocoon list), but it doesn't allow to filter by recipient.

Apart from sender, I can filter by cc and subject. That's all. So unfortunately your suggestion
won't work either. It's server-side, though, so maybe I should just do like you and use a
client-side tool.


On Tue, 16 Sep 2003 10:03:10 +0200
Steven Noels <> wrote:

> Stefan Klein wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > this might be my own personal problem, but maybe other people have
> > got the same: My spam filter doesn't allow for filtering for sender
> > addresses, so there is no way for me to identify cocoon-list messages
> > and allow them to come through and I always have to fetch them
> > manually. Would there be a possibility of putting an identifying
> > string at the beginning of the subject of messages from the list like
> > other lists do, such as [cocoon-users] or something? That would be
> > most helpful to me.
> > 
> > But then again, might be this is only my problem, so I should find
> > another mail provider. Thought I'd ask anyway, since it might save me
> > the hassle of an address change.
> Can you sort/filter on "list-post" header? That's the most robust one
> for processing mailing list mails. I use this successfully (client-side)
> with Mozilla (Thunderbird 0.2).
> Cheers,
> </Steven>
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