[Homeroast] Why I seldom post anymore > RE: Leaking around my
fparth at mac.com
Wed Aug 22 23:34:02 CDT 2012
Somehow I got the impression you're using Eudora. Go into settings and scroll down to "Boring Headers". You can remove the headings you're not interested in. If you're only seeing the extended headings for this list, then there's something funky about the personality settings for Eudora you use for the list.
After more than 12 years of using Eudora, I just broke off two weeks ago and moved to Apple's Mail and am still struggling with things that were automatic in Eudora but Mail can't do. I couldn't upgrade my OS with Eudora so I had to break away. I eagerly watched MailForge for awhile, but it turned into a disaster. I'm contemplating Gyazmail which has gotten good recommendations from people who loved Eudora.
On Aug 22, 2012, at 12:43 PM, John Nanci wrote:
> OK, I've looked around in my settings, but don't see the control of headings. I recall it at one point, but don't see it now. The rub is I find the headers useful in other e-mails, but I only see the sheer volume of headings from this e-mail list.
> At 11:13 AM 8/22/2012, you wrote:
>> At 11:12 AM 8/22/2012, you wrote:
>>> I know one thing that has kept me from even reading and responding is VERY lengthy header that showed up some time ago. And that does appear to be SM, albeit maybe not on purpose. This is what I get on every message, that I have to scroll past just to find the actual message:
>> I have been using Eudora for the last maybe 15 years and one of its many features is the ability to specify which headers you see and which (ie., most) you don't.
>> Paul Goelz
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