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> Linux Pop3 Question, Newbie.. so be gentle :)
clove
post Nov 22 2003, 09:54 PM
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I have been going over it and over it and I cant seem to find the answer..

I am Running SuSe 9.0 Pro and for now the Ximian Client 1.4.4

it looks like you can "filter" email but I am used to outlook express where you can say

If mail from account "joe@mydomain123.com" move to folder "joe@MyDomainFolder"

does anyone know a client that supports this? I have tried Kmail and this one.. Looking for a pointer smile.gif

Thanks!!
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post Nov 23 2003, 07:45 AM
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I am using "Ximian Evolution 1.4.5" ... and what I think you want is called Virtual Folders. (This feature is in version 1.2 of evoultion as well, so I think it is in your version).

There you can create VFolders based on rules, then look in the VFolders area to see the items.


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Also filters are really like rules in Outlook Express ... you can pick senders, recipents, subjects, etc. and have the mail moved to a specified folder....or use Virtual Folders so the mail isn't moved ..... it just shows up in a Virtual folder based on the rule.


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