[MlMt] Key Bindings with "conditions"?

Thomas Eckhold Thomas at Eckhold.eu
Sun Apr 15 12:24:24 UTC 2012

Sounds like rules. As far as I have understood this is something on the todo-list.

With rules you would need only one shortcut to apply your rule set (your "conditions"). Even more helpful and more powerful would be tags combined with rules.  

With proper tags I really could drop to store mails in different folders (and use the archive function). The order would be done by tags and smart folders.

Hope, tags are high priority.

Btw, I am the only one missing S/MIME support?


Thomas Eckhold
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On Sunday, 15. April 2012 at 12:21, Niels Kobschätzki wrote:

> Hi,
> I wanted to know if there's a possibility to have key bindings with  
> "conditions". I find it rather practical in archiving items.
> I.e. I want a key for archiving items (let's assume "y"). I have for  
> folders: "Archive", "X", "Y" and "Name".
> When the subject looks like "[x] subject" hitting y should move it to  
> folder X. If the subject is "[y] subject" it hitting y should move it to  
> folder Y. When the from is from a specific person it should move it to  
> Name and when no conditions are met, hitting y just moves the message to  
> Archive.
> Is this possible with current key bindings?
> I know about multi-stroke keybindings but I'd prefer an automation ;)
> Niels
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