Re: Prevent list emails going to gmail?
- On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 9:06 AM, Anthony Campbell <ac@...> wrote:
> On 12 Feb 2013, James Freer wrote:Mutt i found a pain to set up and TOO configurable for me. Alpine is
>> I use Alpine as it's so fast. But i get over your problem by setting a
>> filter; go to the box "doesn't have" and enter something like
>> 'jabberwocky' (or some other unusual word) and then on the next page
>> check 'skip inbox' - so all mail goes straight to the All Mail box. I
>> still use gmail UI sometimes as i like the 'conversation' mode for
>> lists like this but Alpine a lot of the time for other mail.
> Thanks to everyone who replied in this thread - all very helpful. I set
> up the filter successfully and everything is working as expected.
> I never heard of Alpine - I'll look into it.
also highly configurable but v.simple to set up with just an .rc file
which can be done whilst running the program. What i like with xubuntu
and six month releases; is that Alpine is just installed and the
pinerc file copied over - that is it... 10 secs to set up. Even less
for you if you want a copy of my .pinerc. That is if one uses it
remotely...straight to the server rather than downloading headers. I
also reckoned that Alpine was faster than Mutt. Both work well with
vim for emails. Alpine is better imo and is a university/corporate
mailing client. Alpine has just been updated so check on the website
for the latest as repos probably won't have it yet.
When one first uses a text email client it seems rather old fashioned
but you'll soon get used to it. I found evolution and thunderbird far
too slow for imap. Alpine user list on google and a lot of helpful
friendly folk from UW.
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