[MlMt] How do I find out what Smart Folders a message can be found in?

Max Rydahl Andersen max.andersen at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 05:25:53 EST 2015

On 16 Feb 2015, at 9:36, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:

> On 12 Feb 2015, at 19:26, Helen Holzgrafe wrote:
>> Is there a way to see what Smart Folders a message can be found in 
>> without opening each folder and looking for it in its list of 
>> messages?
> No.
>> In Apple Contacts you can select a contact and then press the option 
>> button and the groups a contact is part of will temporarily turn blue 
>> and bold in the list of groups on the left of the window.
> I didn't know that.
>> Is there something like that in MailMate? Can I suggest that or 
>> better yet a popup contextual menu or something like that?
>> I see this as an easier way to make sure a message is actually 
>> filtering into the Smart Folders I think it is supposed to.  If it 
>> was presented as a contextual list of those Smart Folders it would 
>> allow me to easily select one that is not working correctly and edit 
>> it.
> I don't think holding down ⌥ is a good solution for MailMate, but 
> maybe it could be a toggle-shortcut which enables/disables the blue 
> color used in Contacts. I'm not sure how to name such a feature 
> though: “View ▸ Emphasize Related Mailboxes” ?

If this would be cheap operation that sounds good, but if not it would 
be great with a hotkey to somehow hold down to highlight them....maybe 
even just show the list of the folders since I got so many that I would 
have to scroll to see the highlights.

Maybe Goto Related Mailbox ⌥<that other character>T

> (Just thinking out loud -- not making any promises.)
> -- 
> Benny
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