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I'm using Thunderbird, which I've configured to automatically BCC
myself for every message that I send (so that they end up in my
Webmail, and I can see them on other devices). These BCC messages are
auto-filtered to a folder. But... the filter does not work for this
list. When I first switched to Thunderbird, about 2-1/2 years ago, I
queried this list:
If you might have insight into how Thunderbird filters really operate, and why m
y auto-bcc and filters for email messages to lists (such as TechWR-L and framers
) operate differently than email I send to "regular" users, please contact me of
Mike Starr replied, but I never followed up. Because it wasn't a bit
issue for me to manually move those few messages, and it didn't seem
worth the effort to solve. But maybe Mike's still on this list and can
I know that I'd sure like it if my replies didn't lose all formatting!
I haven't tried, but this is the _only_ list that I use where this
happens. So something is definitely atypical in the techwr-l setup.
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