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Links 1 through 10 of 58 by @nm tagged Messaging/Keywords

'Email tags are implemented as "IMAP Keywords" and are thus compatible with any IMAP email client, such as Mozilla Thunderbird, that also supports them. Email tagging in WebMail is a standard feature available to all LuxSci email users.'

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'I am the current developer of AOL's IMAP server. There have been 2 recent issues on this list regarding my server...' [my thought: cool!]

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'Is IMAP theoretically capable of message tags/labels, like gmail.com provides? If so, does anyone know if UW's IMAP server can handle this and/or any other server? What about MUAs?' [includes a reply by me]

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'If you want to search your chats, you just have to add label:chat to your query. If you want to search only your mail, exclude the chats by adding -label:chat.'

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'While reading...any getting-things-done article, remember that sometimes a mailbox is just not a mailbox. For example: "inbox" can be interpreted to mean "untagged messages"; and "empty your inbox" can be interpreted to mean "leave no message untagged!"'

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'Message labels are called flags in the IMAP specification and are divided into two types: system flags and user-defined flags. The current IMAP specification (RFC 3501) defines these six system flags:

* \Seen
* \Answered
* \Flagged

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'It came to me as a surprise to see both IMAP servers and MDA providing apparently mature support for IMAP keywords. That is a good surprise.'

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(the comments include a link to my IMAP Service Providers page :-))

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'what's really needed is not that Fastmail hack labels or search into the webmail client, but that an extension to the IMAP protocol would fix a standard way top implement labels and keywords so that all IMAP server and client software including FastMail'

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