[TxMt] Mailing lists and Bacn

Brad Miller bonelake at gmail.com
Fri Oct 26 15:58:45 UTC 2007

In gmail, I automatically label all of the incoming TextMate messages as
TextMate.  But further I have gmail star all of the messages that mention
Python, Latex, or SQL since those are the messages I'm most interested in
following.  This makes it really easy to find the interesting stuff and mark
the rest as read when I get a few days behind.


On 10/26/07, Rob McBroom <textmate at skurfer.com> wrote:
> On Oct 26, 2007, at 11:07 AM, Jeremy Sachs wrote:
> > What methods do you people use to sort TextMate mail?
> If you mean "filter" as in delete some messages, I don't do that, but
> I do dump all mail from this list into its own folder automatically.
> Then I can just scan the subjects and delete what I don't need to
> see, etc. This has been pretty manageable for the year and a half
> I've been on the list.
> The rule I use matches any message that's to the list's address and
> has "[TxMt]" in the subject.
> ---
> Rob McBroom
> <http://www.skurfer.com/>
> I didn't "switch" to Apple... my OS did.
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