KMail filter Q

Neil Williams linux at
Tue Aug 12 21:32:13 BST 2003

On Tuesday 12 Aug 2003 8:36 pm, Brian Richardson wrote:
> On August 12, 2003 01:09 pm, Neil Williams wrote:
> > Set each folder with an expire property. Right click the folder ->
> > Properties -> Expire.
> > Set Kmail folder settings to expire old messages on exit:
> > Done.
> Ahhh. So that is the best that can be done... I keep an archive of mailing
> list messages so that I can do a local search for known problems before
> hitting Google. Thanks for your input.

I keep an archive too, but instead of bunging up KMail, I use MHonArc - a 
simple Perl script that can convert KMail (and most other *nix email) into 
HTML pages. Much easier to search, easy to backup, automated lists sorted by 
date and thread order, understandable filenames, ...

Let KMail do what it's good at and let MHonArc take the strain.

> -- Brian

BTW. Could you put your public key on a keyserver please?

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