Anyone have any suggestions for creating a rule which will do the
etc will be sent to another SMTP machine for processing? All other
addresses will be treated as they are now. I am running sendmail
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I have several reply-rules defined; they work fine. Now I want to have a
parallel set of compose-rules. basicall the same set of rules but with
_TO_ substituted for _FROM_/_ADDRESS_. But whatever I put in compose-rules
seems to be ignored. :-(
For example, I put in
I note that the help screen uses >> where I've put == in my rules. Doesn't
affectt the (non)function of the rule.
I've been through the on-line help, the offical web site, the unofficial
web sites, and search the google archive of this group. But without
finding any help on this problem.
Can I use compose-rules like this? If so, what should the rule look like
the "reply" string is inserted properly. If it does not work like this is
there a patch to make it work --- I couldn't see one on Eduardo Chappa's
I'm using pine 4.44 with several of Eduardo's patches already installed,
especially those that adds functionality to reply-rules.
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