[kde-linux] How to setup aging filter on multiple folders
Ralph De Witt
ralphdewitt at charter.net
Sat Oct 22 00:08:14 UTC 2005
On Friday 21 October 2005 04:23 pm, Thomas Taylor wrote:
> The problem:
> I have 16 folders in kmail (1.8.2/kde3.4.2-0.fc4.1) and have been going
> through each folder and saving anything over 30 days into a sub-folder of
> each folder.
> I would like to have a filter, either automatic or manual, that would check
> for files over 30 days old and move them into the individual sub-folders,
> not into just one big folder. These messages come from several lists and
> other sources which don't always have a list-id in the header.
> I could of course create 16 different aging filters, one for each folder,
> and then run each of those filters but I'm way too lazy for that. I want
> to be able to hit one button and do everything at once.
> Any recommendations on how this could be accomplished?
Way too lazy. Create a sub folder under all 16 of your folders. Now select a
folder. Right Click on folder, from the menu select Expire.... . Left click
Expire read mails after and Expire unread mails after. Set both to 30 days.
Under Expiry action: select Move to: then select the sub folder. Click OK.
Now do this for your other 15 folders. Now messages will expire automatically
every 30 days. Have fun tom.
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