On Sat, 5 Jul 1997 09:45:38 +0200, "Raymond Willemsen"
I add * ^TO.*leebow to detect if the message comes from
This says, if the message contains To:.*leebow, Cc:.*leebow, etc,
continue with this recipe.
You should not use a wildcard after ^TO
But something always not works very well.
1) the "To" address in the incoming message is also the "To" address
in the outgoing message. I would like to change that. How can
I change the "to" address in the outgoing message?.
Add more switches to the formail call. -I"To: someaddress" will
replace the address with someaddress; merely saying -ITo: will strip
the To: field.
2) there is to much space between the beginning of the message body
and the text
Do you get empty lines before "body" or what is the problem?
3) I unlocked the code because the program couldn't find the lock
file. How do I create a lock file (am I too newbie?)
Sorry, my mistake, this recipe should not have a lock file.
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