From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-23 02:27:30
Reece Dunn wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> Reece Dunn wrote:
>>>> This makes follow the thread a nightmare. Even web-based mailers
>>>> support proper threading. What do you do to break it?
>>> I am using the free version of Hotmail. I have filters to move the
>>> files from my inbox into a designated folder and hit "Reply" to reply
>>> to the messages.
>> Maybe, you can try NNTP interface? Both Outlook and Thunderbird can be
>> used on Windows. I use NNTP exclusively to read boost traffic, and it
>> works OK w.r.t threading.
> I am using Thunderbird now - does this work?
oh yeah ;)
You can turn threading on as well ;)
(your question suggests you don't have it - on the columns - click on
the rightmost side, select "Thread", and then click it)
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