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Re: [ontolog-forum] Correspondence Theory Of Truth -- Discussion

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From: Jon Awbrey <jawbrey@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 14:34:41 -0400
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Jon    (03)

Christopher Menzel wrote:
> [Pat wrote:]
> > I welcome the time, hopefully in the relatively near future,
> > when this forum can return to topics relevant to actual
> > ontological engineering.  In the meantime, does anyone
> > know how to write an email filter that automatically
> > trashes any message which mentions Peirce?
> LOL. Well, in case you're serious:
> In Mail.app: Mail -> Preferences -> Rules tab.  In the Description
> field enter "Clobber Peirce msgs".  From the next three drop down
> lists, in order, select "any", "Message Content", and "Contains".
> Enter "Peirce" in the text field.  From the drop down list following
> "Perform the following actions:", select "Delete Message".  Click "OK".
> Alas, I think you still use Eudora.  Perhaps the sys admin
> for your mail server can add a procmail rule! :-)
> -chris    (04)

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