On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 5:03 AM, Anne Wilson <cannewilson at googlemail.com> wrote: > > Labeling in gmail doesn't help if you are forwarding to an Outlook account, > though. > Well, no, of course not, but if you're going to forward from a great email facility (like google/gmail) to anything else, you're kind of stuck with the recipient product's limitations. (Snub to Outlook, not you, Anne.... :-) Still, there are filters in Outlook if you like automatic sorting (I don't, but I don't like Outlook, either...). Also, it would be nice if all lists used good subject labeling the way the CentOS and yum lists do (and not, e.g., the rpmforge list, which uses "users" exactly the same way that OOo does, making them impossible to distinguish from the subject alone, or the gnome list which has no tags at all). Okay, I'm just rambling here. I don't sort my email until I pop it down from gmail into evolution, and then I sort it all by hand. It's a minor pain, but I only download what I've already read in gmail, so I already know that I want to save it and where by the time I see it in evolution. Yes, I'm weird. You didn't know that? ;^) mhr $0.02.