dealing with "not attending" messages

Steve Wyrick

Message 17555 · 5 Jun 1999 20:01:46 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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> And I have gotten about 60 of these messages. His mail system is
> automatically telling
> any senders that he is not reading his email now. Usually these systems
> are clever
> enough to tell each sender only once a week, but this one isn't, or isn't
> told to be.
> Hopefully Mike will come back to email soooooon!
> Cheers, Carol J.
>

Since this barrage seems to have stopped (thanks Anselm), this is probably
unneeded info, however all the "modern" mail clients I've used allow a user
to set rules for messages from a particular sender, such as "file new mail
received from Mike in Deleted Messages!" That at least gets rid of the
clutter! Unfortunately it doesn't get around the problem of actually having
to download the 60 messages, unless you use a utility like Mailcall, which
allows you to preview headers and delete messages prior to downloading.
--
Steve Wyrick <xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx> -- Concord, CA

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