Chapter 4. Imperative Programming Until now, most of the programs we’ve written have been pure, meaning that they never changed state. Whenever a function does something other than just … - Selection from Programming F# 3.0, 2nd Edition [Book]
In the third part of the F# overview, we will look at the F# features that are essential for a smooth interoperability with other .NET languages and form a second part of the F# core language - that is object oriented and imperative programming.
A month or so back, I wrote a tweet saying that F# computation expressions are amazing and no other language has anything like that. I can finally provide all the evidence by linking to a PADL 2014 paper about them.
Go to Settings -> Filters and Blocked Addresses -> Create a new filter. In the Has the words field, add deliveredto:firstname.lastname@example.org and choose what you want to do with such filtered emails. This solution worked for my setup.