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The same approach should work for Netscape only its under Edit and then Message
Filters.



Curtis Miles wrote:

> An alternative to dropping out is to set up a Rules Wizard which will
> automatically delete messages from a particular individual.  Takes about two
> minutes, and saves me lots of anxiety during listserv wars.  You never even
> know the message came in from that person.  Here's how to do it (for
> Microsoft Outlook):
>
> Click on Tools
> Then Rules Wizard
> Then New
> Then "Move messages from someone"
> Then (at the bottom) click on "from people or distribution list"
> Type in the name (e.g. Jack Berdeaux) in the right-side column (to the right
> of "From")
> Click OK
> Then (at the bottom) click on "specified folder" and select one (e.g.
> Deleted, or I created a special folder called Junk).
> Click OK
> Click Next four times
> Click Finish, then OK
>
> You're done.  I've had three messages automatically sent to my Junk folder
> in the last thirty minutes, presumably from Jack Berdeaux.  Whenever a
> listserv war starts, I just make a Rules Wizard and let the war go on
> without me.  Makes life more peaceful (except for all the messages
> complaining about the person I've deleted, of course.... <grin>).
>
> Curtis Miles, Dean
> Workforce Development & Special Projects
> Piedmont Technical College
> PO Drawer 1467
> Greenwood, SC 29648
> [log in to unmask]
> 864-941-8511

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