I'd noticed the broken threading too and saw this from "." = David Russel
I think that explains why every message from him starts a new thread
(also with subtlety different subject lines). At least he edits his
subject so that it doesn't read "Re:[Gimp-user] Digest ....". I don't
know any way to maintain threading when participants are receiving
digests and this is why I always request individual emails. GMail does a
slightly better job of keeping things together but it shows 5 "threads"
with respectively 9, 1 (this one), 32, 25 and 18 each.
No less than six digests were waiting to be read this morning, almost
entirely cluttered with this nonsense.
Regards ... Alec (buralex@gmail& WinLiveMess - alec.m.burgess@skype)
On 2013-06-15 08:34, Michael Schumacher wrote:
I'd like to point of some issues with a few of the recent mails:
1. Broken threading
Some users apparently reply with mail software which breaks threads,
e.g. does not add In-Reply-To: / References: headers to sent messages.
This starts a new thread for that message. Users 'Crew' and '.',
please check your application settings and ensure that replies are
threaded properly. The latter user is also advised to change the name
part of the mail address, in order to not be caught by many spam filters.
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