I as well am using the IE4 and Outlook Express have also set up the folders
as described. I am a recipient of 2 high volume lists (Healeys & Triumph)
and have set the filters to each as discribed and have also set filters to
put the C.C.'s into the appropriate folders.
From: Bob Danielson <email@example.com>
To: Pete & Aprille Chadwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
Date: Wednesday, November 05, 1997 11:44 AM
Subject: Re: Must temporarily excuse myself from the list
>Most email software allows you to filter incoming messages based on user
>defined criteria. For example: I'm using Microsoft IE 4.0 and Outlook
>Express Email. I've set up an inbox folder called Triumph and a "filter"
>that screens incoming mail based on address. If it sees anything addressed
>to firstname.lastname@example.org or the word Triumph in the subject line it
>the mail in the Triumph folder. This way all Triumph related mail is kept
>separate from my other mail.
>From: Pete & Aprille Chadwell <email@example.com>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
>Date: Wednesday, November 05, 1997 12:48 PM
>Subject: Must temporarily excuse myself from the list
>>Looks like I'm gonna have to bail from the list for about a month or so.
>>Yeah, we're starting to get a lot of customer files via E-mail, and it's
>>awfully hard to find the files amongst the multitudes of TR related
>>messages. I guess I might try the digest for a while... that's a thought.
>>But, I'd rather simply add an e-mail account just for this list. It's
>>amazing how much information I've been able to gather from this resource,
>>and hopefully I've been able to help some folks, too. (as well as make a
>>fool of myself a couple o' times!)
>>Thank you all for the help!!
>>1973 TR6 CF10732