> pe, 2009-05-22 kello 14:57 +0200, ext Luis Santiago kirjoitti:
>> Also, there are people who receive different mailing lists, it would
>> definitely help having a tag to sort things out.
> Try filtering based on the List-Id header field. I subscribe to around
> 100 mailing lists, and have never found myself lacking of a tag in the
> Subject field to properly sort them.
Good for you. However some of us do eye based filtering and want to
rapidly pick out messages.
Obviously people can filter on numerous headers. Try to adjust your
thinking a bit and realize that maybe just maybe we are intelligent and
know that, and don't want the tag for automated filtering but for visual
It's amazing what happens when one stops and thinks before firing off a
knee jerk reaction. It's unfortunate that so many engineers take that
if you let run all your emails into one INBOX and don't let your mail
server or mail client filter/tag for you, then you might wanna re-think
your method of working. Except you have to much spare time on your hand.
The tags are pretty bad when people have to CC multiple mailing list.
While cross-posting is not a good idea to begin with, in some cases it
can NOT be avoided. And I wanna have that working smoothly. So no tags
on this mailing list.