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> Stan Brown <the_sta...@fastmail.fm
> On Sun, 27 Dec 2020 13:48:45 -0500, Rob Solomon wrote:
>> On Sat, 26 Dec 2020 16:44:40 -0000 (UTC), John McCue
>> The official vim support list is at vim...@googlegroups.com
>> By official, I mean that Bram monitors it and posts there.
> Thanks for the pointer, Rob. I have (reluctantly) joined and posted my
> Why reluctantly? Because mailing lists clutter up my inbox, and it's
> much harder to follow threads than it is with Usenet.
1) sort your mail into mailboxes (think 'newsgroups" and list mail will
not clutter your inbox.
2) Use address extensions to automatically sort your mail. For example,
subscribe to a vim list with the address "foo...@example.com
email systems support this and will sort messages automatically into
folders if they match the extension. For example, fastmail says this:
Plus addressing means any email sent to
username+wha...@domain.tld is still sent to your account. This
means you can have a lot of variations on your email address to give out
to different people, sites, or mailing lists.
If the part after the + matches the name of one of your folders (see
below for how the matching works), the message will automatically be
delivered there instead of your Inbox, without needing to create a
I'd recommend reading that page if fastmail.fm
is the same as
3) get an email client that supports showing threads (mail uses the
exact same mechanism to show threads, a References: header and a
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