I have one gmail account and one google apps mail account. For archiving (and searching) purposes I pull all of the apps mail to the gmail account using the POP feature. I have "leave a copy on server" ON and "archive incoming messages" ON. (So that I can read new messages). It works fine, except for messages where the "to:" field is some mailing list. The function to archive the downloaded messages seems to fail on those mails. Now the question, is this also your experience? Do you know of any workarounds?
Crude, heavy-handing way of dealing: Create a filter for each mailing list to which you subscribe.
In a different mail application, I was able to filter on the
which references this gmail support page
and reveals that the equivalent seems to be deliveredto: advanced search directive.
To use deliveredto: in a search:
To use deliveredto: in a filter:
The above referenced articles provide a number of advanced search directives to play with. If you're curious about the details of the email message for the different directives, you can use the show original menu option for the message. This option is found in the pull-down menu next to the inline Reply button, down below the Reply to all and Forward menu options.