Re: [Evolution] Collating inboxes

On Sat, 2019-09-28 at 21:44 +0200, Andre Klapper wrote:

On Sun, 2019-09-29 at 05:33 +1000, Bradley G Ward wrote:
Not being one who posts to lists such as this at all, I have no
what you are talking about, and I know little about etiquette.  I
that this archaic bottom posting is the rule here?

It's expected, as we do not start reading emails at the bottom, yes.

The link you provided means nothing to me and sheds no light on the
question I posed, as far as I can see. How am I responding to a
random message when I started a new topic?  If this has been
addressed in the past I don't even know where to go to search for
it.  So apologies if I've knocked the Evolution list off its axis.

Your previous email was a direct reply to the thread "cycle through
contact editor with TAB key", as you clicked Reply.
Instead, please send a new message (which is not a reply) to the
mailing list when starting a completely new topic. Thanks :)

Your solution is not correct.  I have both POP3 and IMAP accounts
directing their incoming mail into the one inbox.

If you have IMAP accounts directing incoming mail to 1 (one) inbox
you probably already have some filters configured somewhere which
forward email to that one inbox. These filters might be local in
Evolution, or might be on some server. You are free to add an
additional filter in that place, to solve the problem you asked


Andre Klapper  |  ak-47 gmx net

Thanks for the reply.

I have just checked out my original post and I see nothing about me
replying to another post.  Nothing.  I know that I found an old post,
hit reply all, deleted the text of the email, changed the subject
header and just had the evolution list address in the 'to' line after
removing whoever posted the email I was using.  How it ended up being a
reply to another thread I have no idea.  And this is, obviously, not
something that one would do intentionally.  

I won't labour this point, but I do not have filters set up, either
locally or on a server.  There is a simpler solution to this.  I will
work it out myself as your solutions are unnecessarily involved where I
can assure you that there is a simple way to do this. 

I have this setup on three pcs in this way.  I'll look a bit deeper as
to what I did.

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