gene heskett posted on Tue, 29 Nov 2011 22:01:31 -0500 as excerpted: > It appears the mutt script can do it, one dir at a time, but I should > setup claws's mail filtering to match the kmail folder sorter, then pick > a time and do them all. That's pretty much what I did. I have about 50 filters so it wasn't easy, but I did it. If you have a lot of filters and would prefer typing it into a config file directly, rather than setting them up one by one in the GUI, I can give you the necessary filter file format hints. Additionally, claws doesn't seem to have a built-in method for adding a header via filter, which is one of the things I did with my kde filter scripts, with each one adding a header indicating the filter name, so I had some hope of diagnosing problems when things went awry. BUT... That's where claws-mail extensibility comes to the rescue, there's a filter action that allows calling an external script with filter controlled parameters, and now I have a script that adds the header as assigned by the filter. =:^) If such a script sounds useful, to you or anyone else, ask and I can post it, or a link to it, or something. (I should probably think about contacting upstream, to have it added to their list of utility scripts, but I've not done that yet, and I didn't see a script for it in the existing list, thus my creation of my own solution.) I see you expanded on your other comment in a second post, so I'll address it in a reply there. -- Duncan - List replies preferred. No HTML msgs. "Every nonfree program has a lord, a master -- and if you use the program, he is your master." Richard Stallman ___________________________________________________ This message is from the kde mailing list. Account management: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde. Archives: http://lists.kde.org/. More info: http://www.kde.org/faq.html.