[nafex] OT - message filters
victoria l. caron
vicaron at gis.net
Sat Jul 14 07:18:51 EDT 2001
I rerouted the egroup mail this morning by diverting all "subject - (nafex)" to
the nafex group folder. It still went to the inbox . . . ? I thought if I
could catch the '(nafex)' part I could divert it before it went to trash. Looks
like it did not work at all!
I also went through all the filter set ups again to check if something had been
entered by accident, nope. Then I checked the mail that has hit the trash. Only
one of the eight new ones had a legit filter! Four were the bunny, one was my
ebay auction watch and two aol.com!? This is so puzzling I'm wondering if I
should cancel out all my filters and start over. When this started, I hadn't
added or edited any for quite a while.
Thanks for the advice, will try anything!
Ginda Fisher wrote:
> Vic, I have a filter that puts NAFEX stuff into its own folder that is
> processed BEFORE the filters that throw away the trash. There seem to
> be many fewer ads appended to NAFEX files than in the past, so I don't
> know what's triggering your filter, but try re-ordering you filters and
> see if the problem goes away.
> "victoria l. caron" wrote:
> > Does anyone know why all of a sudden some of my nafex group email has
> > been filtering to the trash? I have my message filters set up to strike
> > out stuff like "mortgage, FREE, debt, etc.," all the typical stuff as I
> > get it in. Then I also have a few set up to organize the business
> > emails. All of a sudden, in the past two days, (nafex) emails with
> > aol.com addresses and only some of the bunny's started getting rerouted
> > to the trash. I checked all my message filters and nothing should be
> > happening like this.
> > Some of you are just so computer literate, pas moi! This is really weird
> > and I hope someone knows what the cause could be. Going off for today,
> > Thanks, ...................vic NH zone 3
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