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19780Re: [redhat] mail client

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  • Dan
    Mar 25, 2013
       


      >________________________________
      > From: Jim Thisdale <n1jmm1@...>
      >To: redhat@yahoogroups.com
      >Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 9:22 AM
      >Subject: Re: [redhat] mail client
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      >80k / day is a lot of email....
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      >not 80k a day...
      >80k emails total....and it stops downloading new emails.
      >There are SOME emails in there that I need to keep for future referance....better ways to save it  but I dont currently have the equipment for a proper backup, and I had trouble restoring past mail files from thunderbird....
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      >but thunderbird should be able to handle it.
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      >Have you tried making good use of the mail filters built in. You can very easily create filters to
      >sort mail into folders by various criteria.
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      >Thunderbird should NOT be downloading the same email repeatedly, you must have a setting that needs
      >changing.
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      >Also, with Thunderbird you can upload old (previously sent/received) email to a gmail account either
      >pop or imap, I've used this to consolidate megabytes of old email from various machines (win & linux
      >& mac) to one account.
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      >-Jim-
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      >-Jim- N1JMM, KB1YPL_B
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      >On 3/24/13 9:13 PM, Dan wrote:
      >> Hey,
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      >> I have a yahoo account with tens of thousands of emails...I dont want to lose all of them, I do not want to screen through tens of thousands of emails.
      >> I am using thunderbird and it fills up at 80k emails, and sometimes it goes back to the mail server and downloads emails a second or third time.
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      >> Does anyone know of a decent client that has a higher capacity.
      >> Or a way I can manage thunderbird, so I can save the mail files off, then start downloading emails from a specific date (not prior) such as 1/1/2013 as the initialization date.
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      >> I prefer to leave the emails on the yahoo mail server.
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      >> Thanks
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      >> Dan
      >> 949 813 4271
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