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Old 10-21-2007, 09:23 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Cristen Gillespie View Post
Not sure what you want here, but I set up accounts in Mail for people/companies. Mail sorts all incoming mail according to my rules -- which email addresses to place in what folder. The rest go into the main common area.

Is that what you do with Eudora? Mail doesn't automatically place folders on your desktop. It has its own area on the drive and your folders are created there, but I haven't found that a problem.
That is what I do with Eudora, but the files are local and the servers are emptied several times a day.

It’s not as if I am doing anything else with that expensive mac.com space — it’s just that something about leaving my mail there makes me uncomfortable.

I think my drop-back position will be to set up Eudora on the iMac for now, but leave old e-mail in a folder in case I need to look something up. At least that will be cleaner. Then in a few months I can rethink this.

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