Benjamin Meyer ben at meyerhome.net
Fri Nov 11 16:15:29 GMT 2005

On Friday 11 November 2005 8:36 am, Guillaume Laurent wrote:
> On Friday 11 November 2005 15:34, Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > Really you guys don't seem to be talking about scriptability, but
> > filtering. What if we got rid of the hard coded folders entirely in KMail
> > and had each "folder" be a filer?  Then the trash "folder" could just
> > have a filter such as (taking from the above example):
> >
> > +"All emails 45 days old + not read + not marked as important"
> > +"All emails 07 days old + marked as spam"
> That would make using other tools over your mail folders (grep, spam filter
> training, simple backup of important folders, etc...) very difficult.

I don't see why....  KMail could still store them in 'real' folders sorted by 
the filters.  Just as a user I don't have to manually sort things, each 
folder has its own rules to move the files around automatically for me.

-Benjamin Meyer

aka icefox
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