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[Orchid FAQ] Easy management of your Orchid mail


#1

Ganoksin Help Desk > The Orchid List and Digest

Whether you use a web-based e-mail like Hotmail or a software
package like Microsoft Outlook, you can easily create a
dedicated Orchid folder. Once you receive Orchid e-mail, you
can separate it from your personal or business e-mail for
easier management. Most e-mail programs offer optional,
automatic sorting of e-mail by topic or by sender. The name of
this feature varies by e-mail program; for example, Microsoft
Outlook calls it New Mail Rules; Hotmail calls it Filtering.

A typical sorting scheme works like this: You choose the item
to sort by (such as the subject line, sender’s name or e-mail
address, etc) and what action to take when a message is
received that matches the rules or filters you set up.

Most programs let you apply multiple rules or filters to each
message to fine-tune sorting. This way, sorted e-mail is
automatically placed in the appropriate folders, discarded, or
left in your Inbox if it doesn’t meet any of the sorting
criteria you’ve specified.

Here’s how a simple sorting filter would automatically move
your Orchid mail into a designated Orchid folder.

  1. Create a new folder to store your Orchid mail and name it
    whatever you like; for example, MY-Orchid.

  2. Depending on the e-mail program you are using, create a
    filter or rule: If the message ‘Reply-To’ field is equal to
    ’orchid@ganoksin.com’ then move it to My-Orchid.

That was easy, wasn’t it?


#2

Ganoksin Help Desk > The Orchid List and Digest

Whether you use a web-based e-mail like Hotmail or a software package
like Microsoft Outlook, you can easily create a dedicated Orchid
folder. Once you receive Orchid e-mail, you can separate it from your
personal or business e-mail for easier management. Most e-mail
programs offer optional, automatic sorting of e-mail by topic or by
sender. The name of this feature varies by e-mail program; for
example, Microsoft Outlook calls it New Mail Rules; Hotmail calls it
Filtering and gmail calls it labels…

A typical sorting scheme works like this: You choose the item to sort
by (such as the subject line, sender’s name or e-mail address, etc)
and what action to take when a message is received that matches the
rules or filters you set up.

Most programs let you apply multiple rules or filters to each message
to fine-tune sorting. This way, sorted e-mail is automatically placed
in the appropriate folders, discarded, or left in your Inbox if it
doesn’t meet any of the sorting criteria you’ve specified.

Here’s how a simple sorting filter would automatically move your
Orchid mail into a designated Orchid folder.

  1. Create a new folder to store your Orchid mail and name it whatever
    you like; for example, MY-Orchid.

  2. Depending on the e-mail program you are using, create a filter or
    rule: If the message ‘Reply-To’ field is equal to
    ’orchid@ganoksin.com’ then move it to My-Orchid.

That was easy, wasn’t it?
Hanuman


#3

Ganoksin Help Desk > The Orchid List and Digest

Whether you use a web-based e-mail like Hotmail or a software package
like Microsoft Outlook, you can easily create a dedicated Orchid
folder. Once you receive Orchid e-mail, you can separate it from your
personal or business e-mail for easier management. Most e-mail
programs offer optional, automatic sorting of e-mail by topic or by
sender. The name of this feature varies by e-mail program; for
example, Microsoft Outlook calls it New Mail Rules; Hotmail calls it
Filtering.

A typical sorting scheme works like this: You choose the item to sort
by (such as the subject line, sender’s name or e-mail address, etc)
and what action to take when a message is received that matches the
rules or filters you set up.

Most programs let you apply multiple rules or filters to each message
to fine-tune sorting. This way, sorted e-mail is automatically placed
in the appropriate folders, discarded, or left in your Inbox if it
doesn’t meet any of the sorting criteria you’ve specified.

Here’s how a simple sorting filter would automatically move your
Orchid mail into a designated Orchid folder.

  1. Create a new folder to store your Orchid mail and name it whatever
    you like; for example, MY-Orchid.

  2. Depending on the e-mail program you are using, create a filter or
    rule: If the message ‘Reply-To’ field is equal to
    ’orchid@ganoksin.com’ then move it to My-Orchid.

That was easy, wasn’t it?
Hanuman


#4

Ganoksin Help Desk > The Orchid List and Digest

Whether you use a web-based e-mail like Hotmail or a software package
like Microsoft Outlook, you can easily create a dedicated Orchid
folder. Once you receive Orchid e-mail, you can separate it from your
personal or business e-mail for easier management. Most e-mail
programs offer optional, automatic sorting of e-mail by topic or by
sender. The name of this feature varies by e-mail program; for
example, Microsoft Outlook calls it New Mail Rules; Hotmail calls it
Filtering.

A typical sorting scheme works like this: You choose the item to sort
by (such as the subject line, sender’s name or e-mail address, etc)
and what action to take when a message is received that matches the
rules or filters you set up.

Most programs let you apply multiple rules or filters to each message
to fine-tune sorting. This way, sorted e-mail is automatically placed
in the appropriate folders, discarded, or left in your Inbox if it
doesn’t meet any of the sorting criteria you’ve specified.

Here’s how a simple sorting filter would automatically move your
Orchid mail into a designated Orchid folder.

  1. Create a new folder to store your Orchid mail and name it whatever
    you like; for example, MY-Orchid.

  2. Depending on the e-mail program you are using, create a filter or
    rule: If the message ‘Reply-To’ field is equal to
    ’orchid@ganoksin.com’ then move it to My-Orchid.

That was easy, wasn’t it?
Hanuman