Can one use the .forward file to forward a message and keep it in the local
inbox mailbox. Or perhaps have it filed in a different mailbox after it has
Filing must be done via a filter program. (I think)Quote:>Or perhaps have it filed in a different mailbox after it has been forwarded?
Take a look at ELM's filter - it allows rules which read thus:
if (from = address) then save ~/newmail/IN.mailing.list
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Not necessarily... Here's a dot-forward file we got:Quote:> >Or perhaps have it filed in a different mailbox after it has been forwarded?
> Filing must be done via a filter program. (I think)
The result is that for this user, ~/archive/received is a massive flat
mail file which the Berzerkeley drivers in Pine or IMAPd can read (albeit
much more slowly than an alternate format file). The end result is that
the filter program decides how to deal with mail, but no matter what
happens to that mail as a result, we still have a copy which can be
retrieved for later reference.
Barry Bouwsma, chief BoZo
Using Outlook 2002. Is there a way to get all messages from certain
senders forwarded automatically to certain contacts? This would
make my life a lot easier. Office XP seems to be able to do about
everything but the dishes, so I'm pretty sure there's a way, and I
just can't figure it out. Thanks.