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RE: New Computer



I haven't seen all the 'msgs' in a given karl thread, but the ones I have
seen tend to be from someone who's trying to get a better understanding of
how things work....

So, exactly what is the issue????

If you don't want to look at a given msg, the delete key does work pretty
well... and if you really think you're getting into a situation where your
email is just getting too damn swamped with 'garbage'/useless emails.. you
can always outsource to someone and have them filter your email!!!

peace..


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[mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Rogue
Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2007 10:39 AM
To: For users of Fedora
Subject: Re: New Computer


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Karl Larsen wrote:
> Todd Zullinger wrote:
>> Richard England wrote:
>>
>>> That approach has been tried, Robert.  It didn't "take".   I believe
>>> this IS the blog, now.
>>>
>>
>> Karl blogs to /dev/null on my system.  It seems to be working out
>> quite well. :)
>>
>> (If only I could be bothered to whip up a procmail recipe to also drop
>> any thread started by his blog software^W^Wemail program to /dev/null
>> as well.  So far, I haven't taken the time to do that.)
>>
>>
>    If you can't find an automatic way to kill my messages I suggest you
> find the delete key and use it.
>

Actually Karl, the problem is not deleting your messages. The problem is
deleting the threads (initiated by your mails), with all the noise that
they generate, automatically :-)

Wonder what the Thunderbird folks should do?

later,
Rogue
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