[MlMt] Utterly baffled by Mailing Lists
MailMate at arcict.com
Sun Apr 4 07:54:18 EDT 2021
What I use to filter out (marketing)mailing lists from my inbox is the
I defined a Marketing mailbox where I drop a (the first?) mail from that
I defined a condition based rule on my inbox:
- if source is in Marketing mailbox
- then move to Marketing mailbox ( or Auto_Marketing mailbox° )
By setting up submailboxes (on the sender) you can then easily see what
is related to which list/sender.
Or on the marketing mailbox you can setup a definition based rule to
move the mails to other mailboxes
On 26 Mar 2021, at 10:28, Paul Atlan wrote:
> I’m trying to sort my mailing lists into something halfway
> manageable and readable.
> If I use the “out of the box” Mailing List mailbox, with the
> following settings:
> Sort for unique values of List-id > description
> And name mailboxes as:
> I get a baffling array of names such as:
> * 420a598457b46e0aa26a7a673mc list
> * 15marches.substack.com
> * 245.44880.info.alternatives-economiques.fr
> * 245.44922.info.alternatives-economiques.fr
> It seems some people use the list-id to name their lists, others an
> identifier, others yet a url ….
> And basically, whatever item I choose to sort by, or rename by, I’m
> never going to get a proper list of names.
> I’ve tried to rename some of the lists, which would work except …
> some list managers seem to change list-id’s every few mails, so I
> have mailing lists spread over many separate mailboxes …
> I’ve started building rules to identify and tag each and every
> newsletter, but this is brittle (the ux being what it is, it’s
> difficult to have rules with more than 4 or 5 conditions, so I’ve
> spread out the newsletters over multiple rules), any new newsletter
> needs to go through a process….
> I can’t imagine, with the number of power users using MailMate, that
> there aren’t some interesting solutions around …
> mailmate mailing list
> mailmate at lists.freron.com
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