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From: Braden McDaniel (braden_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-12 10:49:53

On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 11:47:46 +0200, Yuval Ronen wrote:

> Braden McDaniel wrote:
>> On Thu, 11 Jan 2007 12:58:46 -0800, Thomas Witt wrote:
>>> Braden,
>>> Braden McDaniel wrote:
>>>> Thomas Witt wrote:
>>>>> Doug,
>>>>> can you make it so that these posts all start separate threads?
>>>> This *is* a separate thread. (Note the lack of References and
>>>> In-Reply-To in Doug's posting.)
>>>> The problem may be that your mail reader is organizing e-mail by subject.
>>> Yep I know, imprecise wording on my side. Make this popular mail readers
>>> don't thread them.
>> I thought Outlook Express threaded correctly. I know Evolution does. So
>> does Thunderbird, when configured properly.
>> I see you're using Thunderbird. You can configure it to thread properly by
>> setting these options in user.js:
>> user_pref("mail.thread_without_re", false);
>> user_pref("mail.strict_threading", true);
>> You will need to delete your *.msf files so that Thunderbird can
>> regenerate them.
> How about Thunderbird used as a news (NNTP) reader, reading messages
> from the Gmane mail-to-news gateway? Do you know if in this case the
> client's Thunderbird should be re-configured, or rather the Gmane
> servers should?

It's entirely a client issue.

Braden McDaniel                           e-mail: <braden_at_[hidden]>
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