[Coco] Re: Where's everybody goin'?
daveekelly at earthlink.net
Wed Mar 17 13:44:15 EST 2004
KnudsenMJ at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 3/17/04 1:27:30 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> alxevans at concentric.net writes:
>>There are a handful of threading mail clients. The first one that
>> comes to mind is YAM, but I would bet it won't run on your hardware.
>> IIRC both pine and elm support a threading mode.
> ISTR that when I first set up AOL 4.0, it had an option for filing received
> email in threads. I didn't choose that, and don't see that option nowadays
> (maybe have to be online to look for it). Often now I do wish I had it -- I
> sometimes manually sort out saved email into self-created folders, thus emulating
> But I did choose threading for its NetNews reader, and that works fine.
> The only disadvantage of threading is that if someone replies to a thread
> some days after it's died out, that new mail or article will be filed way up on
> your screen where you might never notice it. --Mike K.
I'm on a Windows ME machine.
I am using Mozilla Thunderbird.
From one of the tool bar options I have 16 ways of sorting my messages.
Mozilla Thunderbird is also available for linux and the mac.
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