Make the 'filter' program work for you. The list of rules it creates
is sorted alphabetically by the "Rule name" -- which is an arbitrary
string that YOU make up (the rules are actually tested in the order
in which they appear in the rule list).
All my rule names begin with two letters that I put in for the purpose
of "ordering" the filter tests. For instance, my 1st rule name is
called 'Aa - Mikus' - it tests for mail addressed specifically to me.
Later on, I have a rule 'Cp - Matt' - it tests for any mail from
a particular listserver (such mail has a particular point of view).
Later yet, I have rules 'Jt - Austin' and 'Ju - Austin' - they let me
group together mail from several local organizations.
> Since I'm Hunagrian I receive many mime letters with accented
> characters. It would be much easier for me if there were an option to
> automatically show the mimed text messages instead of having to
> specify a viewer.
I did not understand what you said. By 'having to specify a viewer',
did you mean 'having to answer the prompt "Process MIME message?"'
That prompt lets you -avoid- going out to non-Yarn programs if you
think reading the Yarn screen will give you as much information
(for instance, on a multi-part message each of whose parts is text).
Unfortunately for you, Yarn does not support the use of CP852 for
viewing iso-8859-2 characters. Thus, Yarn doesn't help you view
Hungarian characters such as 'o-double-diaresis'. You WILL get the
prompt when you have asked for 'iso-8859-1' support from Yarn, but
the message has 'charset=iso-8859-2' in its header. Maybe, if you
can get ahold of CP912, you could CHCP 912 before you call Yarn,
and comment out 'charset=iso-8859-1' from your Yarn configuration.
> When attaching a file it would be nice if it could be zip-ed, rar-ed
At attach time, you're just specifying a name. If you need the file
to be zip-ed, you could do that before calling Yarn, then give attach
the name of the file that was the output of the zip.