Please DO NOT add [nginx] to subject
stefan.mueller.83 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 13:32:37 UTC 2018
> why not accept the advice you have been offered?
I read up on email extension on Gizmodo
and Wikipedia <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Email_address> and I'm very
familiar with filtering and labeling (all list based mails are labeled
automatically) but I still believe that a adding [nginx] would make the
situation more comfortable.
> You have no case
My case is that when I open my email application on a phone or desktop
occasionally throughout the day I want to see what I've got today at a
glance without the need clicking / tabbing into sub folders. I open the
app see what I came in and decide if it is important or can it be done
later. In order to make this decision quicker a label in the subject
would improve it enormously as you focus only on the subject during such
Anyone else what to share her/his thoughts bedsides me and Ralph?
On 15.10.2018 15:16, Ralph Seichter wrote:
> On 15.10.18 14:59, Stefan Müller wrote:
>> but is seems others do or at least agree with me
> So what if "others" agree with you? People agree with me as well, check
> existing discussions about this issue.
> If you challenge conventions that have been around for good reason, for
> longer than some mailing list subscribers lived on this fair planet, you
> better make a damn good case of it, based on evidence and not on your
> limited personal experience in this particular matter (which is not
> something to be ashamed of, just a learning opportunity). You have no
> case, so why not accept the advice you have been offered?
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