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Darren Littljeohn <darrenl@...>
 

Is it possible to configure the mailer to make all messages from the
group? Then it's easy to use the Outlook Organize feature to filter
them into a folder, instead of haveing to create a rule for each
member as they post. JustJazz used to be this way, but they changed
it and it's a hastle to keep the mail going to one place now...

-d


Alisdair MacRae Birch <alisdair@...>
 

Darren

You have three options for your message delivery for the group:

Individual emails (default)
Messages are delivered one at a time to your email inbox. This is the
best option if you want to keep up on the latest posts immediately.
Email attachments, if included in a message, will be sent directly to
you.

Daily Digest
Messages are delivered in batches of 25 or daily, whichever comes
sooner. This is the best option if you want to receive fewer mail
messages and don't need up-to-the minute posts in your inbox. Email
attachments are not available in digests.

No Mail / Web Only
This option puts email message delivery on hold, for example while
you are on vacation and this option also permits you to read messages
at the eGroups Web site.

To set any of these options, go to My Groups and choose from the drop-
down list of message delivery options for the group.

---alisdair

--- In Band-in-a-Box@..., "Darren Littljeohn" <darrenl@b...>
wrote:
Is it possible to configure the mailer to make all messages from
the
group? Then it's easy to use the Outlook Organize feature to filter
them into a folder, instead of haveing to create a rule for each
member as they post. JustJazz used to be this way, but they changed
it and it's a hastle to keep the mail going to one place now...

-d


Brad Little <nw1k@...>
 

Darren,

Unless your outlook is different than mine, your B-in-B mail will come addressed to Band-in-a-Box@..., so all you have to do is set the organizer to filter all mail to this address into another file.  I’ve done it with more than a dozen different lists and it works just fine. It’s just a question of using the drop drown box and changing the from to a to. In fact in Outlook 2000, when the rule is created it offers the option of running it on the whole contents of the inbox (or whatever box you are in).

Brad