Jari Aalto asked,
| When I compose reply with
| :0 fh
| | formail -rt
| I would like the "From" field say
| From: jari(_dot_)aalto(_at_)poboxes(_dot_)com
| instead of my current email address, where this virtual poboxes.com
| is currently pointing. Eg. Now the -rt says
| From: jaalto(_at_)tre(_dot_)tele(_dot_)nokia(_dot_)fi
| Which is not what I would like to see in response sent from my
| procmail servers.
| formail -rt -I "From: jari(_dot_)aalto(_at_)poboxes(_dot_)com"
will do it; but the question is why do you want to do this? If your goal is
to set a return address that differs from the sending address, it belongs in
Reply-To:, not in From:, like this:
| formail -rt -I "Reply-To: jari(_dot_)aalto(_at_)poboxes(_dot_)com"
I'll be off-line until late Sunday 10/12/97 or Monday 10/13/97; private mail
arriving before then will get a vacation message.