On Thu, 26 Aug 1999, era eriksson wrote:
ee> Of course, with roughly the same amount of effort, you could create a
ee> Procmail script from the list of addresses, with one recipe like this
ee> per address:
ee> * ^((Resent-)?(To|Cc|Sender):|From ).*address1
This is pretty much what I have done now with the 5 lists that I get
alot of mail from, all others with small quantities I just drop into my
Inbox. I've even got them inserting the correct Reply-To lines so that I
don't have to constantly change it to the correct list when replying.
But I have run into one small problem which isn't really a big deal but
it's bugging me. I have one list I get in digest that I have currently
setup to pull each message out into its individual message before placing
it in the correct location. Unfortanately I havn't figured out how to add
the reply line to it. I tried the following without much success.
* LISTADDRESS ?? linux-kernel-digest(_at_)vger\(_dot_)rutgers\(_dot_)edu
| formail -bfi "Reply-To: <linux-kernel(_at_)vger(_dot_)rutgers(_dot_)edu>" \
+1 -ds >> "Mailing Lists/Linux Kernel"
"Mailing Lists/Linux Kernel"
Does the +1 rule line allow adding of additional headers/formail lines
or am I out of luck on that? Other then this, I seem to be figuring things
out fairly well.
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