Doug Jones wrote:
> KPJ wrote:
> > Have you tried to use an e-mail perusing program which sorts the list output
> > into ``threads'' using the ``In-Reply-To:'' headers placed in the e-mail by
> > most modern e-mail writing program? (Some mail readers use the ``Subject:''
> > header for this, but this method may generate a bogus ``thread'' where, in
> > reality, there exists none.)
> > If one's mail perusing software does not support ``In-Reply-To:'' threading,
> > then one should, IMO, replace the software with a more functional one.
> Interesting- I don't think Netscape 4.7 is that bright; can you
> recommend some better examples?
In Netscape, the button on the message list header row that has four horizontal
lines on it is the button to hit to sort messages into threads, and it relates
threaded messages by the message references in the message header.
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