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Hi.
Are there anyone using ruby-talk via Gmail?
Is Gmail comfortable enough to post and receive messages in mailing
list?
Thank you.

On 6/2/07, Sun P. [email protected] [email protected]
wrote:

Hi.
Are there anyone using ruby-talk via Gmail?
Is Gmail comfortable enough to post and receive messages in mailing list?
Thank you.

I’m subscribed to the ruby-talk mailing list via my Gmail account, and
both Gmail and I are extremely comfortable with the arrangement.

On Jun 2, 1:59 pm, “Lyle J.” [email protected] wrote:

On 6/2/07, Sun P. [email protected] [email protected] wrote:

Hi.
Are there anyone using ruby-talk via Gmail?
Is Gmail comfortable enough to post and receive messages in mailing list?
Thank you.

I’m subscribed to the ruby-talk mailing list via my Gmail account, and
both Gmail and I are extremely comfortable with the arrangement.

I use Google G. instead of Gmail. I just like to keep the mailing
list separate from my regular e-mail.

On 02.06.2007 21:28, Jerry Blanco wrote:

I use gmail, and created a filter that assigns all mail from the list
a label and skips inbox. That way, I have all my email in one place,
but the list doesn’t clutter my inbox.

Same here. Although I use a news access most of the time.

BTW, the list is VERY active, so you’ll notice that if you don’t
filter it somehow, you’ll end up with a monster of an inbox very
quickly.

How true. :slight_smile:

Kind regards

robert

On Jun 2, 3:28 pm, “Jerry Blanco” [email protected] wrote:

both Gmail and I are extremely comfortable with the arrangement.

I use Google G. instead of Gmail. I just like to keep the mailing
list separate from my regular e-mail.


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Yeah I’ve thought about that but I have my Gmail e-mail downloaded to
my computer with Mail.app so I never need to go there anyways.

I use gmail, and created a filter that assigns all mail from the list
a label and skips inbox. That way, I have all my email in one place,
but the list doesn’t clutter my inbox.

BTW, the list is VERY active, so you’ll notice that if you don’t
filter it somehow, you’ll end up with a monster of an inbox very
quickly.

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