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Re: what is happening to reply-to header?



On Tue, 2008-10-07 at 01:42 +1030, Tim wrote:
> Aaron Konstam:
> >>> How is an Unmatched folder different than the Inbox folder?
> 
> Tim:
> >> Messages that don't match any filters, versus all the messages in the
> >> inbox folder (some of its contents will match a filter).
> 
> Aaron Konstam:
> > Once again you confuse me. When I run evolution I get no Unmatched
> > folder. Mail that match no filter end up in the Inbox folder. Under what
> > circumstances would a message that matches a filter would end up in the
> > Inbox? That makes no sense to me.
> 
> Down the bottom of the folder list there's some "search folders,"
> they're virtual folders, which will appear to hold messages that match
> some criteria.  The messages could actually be in any number of folders,
> you get to pick which folders the virtual folders will search through.
> 
> Not all filtering is used to move messages from one place to another,
> you may just want to find something in a large pile.  There's a variety
> of other actions you can take on filtered messages (changing statuses,
> etc.).  One thing you can do with it is give you a way to find all
> messages by a certain criteria, and any associated messages (e.g. all
> the messages that are threaded together, even if the subject was
> changed, and you did your search using the subject).
> 
Wwell if you don't ask you don't fins out things. I now see the
Unmatched folder but it has nothing in it. I don't understand why
everything from Inbox is not in that folder since they did not match a
rule. But I will work on it.


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