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Re: OT: structure of threads

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  • Subject: [mg117752] Re: OT: structure of threads
  • From: Yves Klett <yves.klett at>
  • Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2011 03:57:03 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <imus6v$i38$>


I am using the Thunderbird newsreader as well and get a lot of jumbled
threads. Not entirely sure if this is not bug of the news reader,
because on google groups the threads appear more orderly.


Am 30.03.2011 11:13, schrieb Peter Pein:
> I observe that in this - as in some other groups - it is not easy to 
> follow threads though "sorting by threads" is activated in my 
> Thunderbird. Often I miss a later answer to a question and it is 
> embarrassing to tell an answer which has been given but not read (by me) 
> because there are dozens of other unsorted topics between the OP and my 
> post.
> Dear members, if your newsreader has an option "reply", please use it; 
> and for new topics use "new message" or whatever your client has named 
> this function.
> I see some answers landing in a tree structure that makes following 
> threads easy. But most are sorted by date.
> Thanks for making reading, answering and helping easier,
> Peter

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