On December 9, 1997, era eriksson <era(_at_)iki(_dot_)fi> said:
You forgot to mention C) that this will not catch mail BCC:ed to one
of your plussed addresses, but I gather you're prepared to live with
Yup. At worst I can deal with it by reading the Received lines and
looking for the rsr+(_at_)macromedia(_dot_)com pattern, but it's not an
I think I'd like to suggest that you tell us what you envision to use
this for. Perhaps there would be better solutions around.
macromedia.com mail arrives at a mail hub. For my address, that mail is
then redirected to my desktop UNIX machine.
I've also got a UNIX machine at home, connected via an ISDN line to
the corporate LAN.
I want to be able to send mail to accounts on my home machine
without setting up the needed aliases on the mail hub. So for
example, rsr+page-rsr will eventually get to page-rsr @ my home
I don't see a better way. Do you?
Thanks for the help, bTW -- the recipe works beautifully.
Roy S. Rapoport / rsr(_at_)macromedia(_dot_)com / 415-252-2215
Save the Mac, kill Apple