also sprach Carl Worth <cwo...@cworth.org> [2010.01.15.1108 +1300]: > > Reading is one thing. Information storage and organisation is > > another. After a message is delivered (and read) to my mailbox, > > it's really mine and I can (and should be able) to affix it and > > integrate it into my organisational scheme any way I want, don't > > you think? > > A fair point. > > I don't see this being something I'm going to spend any time > implementing. I just wouldn't use the functionality myself. But > I would be happy to integrate patches if someone came up with > some.
Maybe I should try to persuade you in person. Just today I referenced a discussion I had with a client's ISP, which was done via a web-based support system (custhelp.com). They send you e-mail for every post you or they make to the thread, but those e-mails do not reference each other. Fortunately, I stitched them together and when I searched for the correspondence in my mailstore, I had the entire thread available to me, which was handy (thanks to mutt's useful thread handling abilities). -- martin | http://madduck.net/ | http://two.sentenc.es/ "this week dragged past me so slowly; the days fell on their knees..." -- david bowie spamtraps: madduck.bo...@madduck.net
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