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grouping threads by subject AND/OR thread ID

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TB 24.3.0; I have configured:

mail.thread_without_re = T mail.strict_threading = F mail.correct_threading = T

Still, the threads in my newsgroups are not grouped together at times, despite being posted close together in time and only have the Re: added. How do I get "full heuristic" threading based on subject lines?

TB 24.3.0; I have configured: mail.thread_without_re = T mail.strict_threading = F mail.correct_threading = T Still, the threads in my newsgroups are not grouped together at times, despite being posted close together in time and only have the Re: added. How do I get "full heuristic" threading based on subject lines?

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Matt
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I think what they say here http://kb.mozillazine.org/Stop_threading_by_subject is that threading only by subject does not work. That is how I read it.

I think what they say here http://kb.mozillazine.org/Stop_threading_by_subject is that threading only by subject does not work. That is how I read it.

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Really? Because some specification-loving freak thinks what every other email client (Oh, and user: Just hit reply to start a new thread with a different subject and you break threading in TB!) does is wrong, because it is outside of said spec, an age-old client like Thunderbird is not able to correctly display threads? Gotta be kidding, right?

Really? Because some specification-loving freak thinks what every other email client (Oh, and user: Just hit reply to start a new thread with a different subject and you break threading in TB!) does is wrong, because it is outside of said spec, an age-old client like Thunderbird is not able to correctly display threads? Gotta be kidding, right?