Do I get a copy of my mail to fedora-list?

Simon Slater pyevet at
Tue Jul 29 10:07:37 UTC 2008

On Mon, 2008-07-28 at 09:19 -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-07-28 at 13:48 +1000, Simon Slater wrote:
> > On Sun, 2008-07-27 at 18:57 -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > > I set up a Search Folder in Evolution to
> > > show my posts in context with the rest of the thread. Works fine.
> > > 
> > Could you elaborate on that?
> It's nothing magical. Mail clients that support search folders (what
> used to be called virtual folders in Evo) allow you to define search
> criteria for the messages to include. What I do is define a "Fedora"
> search folder with the criteria:
> Recipients - contains - fedora-list at
> OR
> Mailing list - is - fedora-list at
> * Search Folder Sources: "Specific folders":
> 	imap:pocallaghan at[Gmail]/Sent Mail
> 	imap:pocallaghan at
> Obviously some of this depends on my own Gmail setup, since I use Gmail
> to receive this list and have a Gmail filter to label the traffic as
> "Fedora". The folder definitions are just the result of selecting the
> appropriate (real) folders using the Add button.
> Several things here could probably be changed, e.g. use the Mailing List
> criterion instead of Recipients, include threads (I don't because I
> don't think it matters in this case) and maybe other stuff, such as "not
> the thread about GNU/Linux :-)
> I'm sure something similar could be done in Thunderbird.
> poc
Thanks.  What I've used in Evo Search folders is fairly basic so far.
Now I want to explore some more of Evo's features to make things easier.
This will help.


More information about the fedora-list mailing list