Yes. That's exactly my point. I've read that man page and used the ^TO_
macro but it doesn't work. I was just wondering why it wasn't working.
So is it possible to work with BCCs? If an email is sent to a recipient
a BCC and that recipient's email is parsed with procmail, is there a way
handle it? Is there a ^BCC_ directive or something?
Your MTA is supposed to remove BCC headers before it ever gets to
procmail. Hence the "blind" in "blind carbon copy" -- recipients
aren't supposed to see who else it went to. But if you're trying
to catch stuff that you've Bcc'ed to yourself (I suppose that's
legal :) ^TO_ *will pick it up. From PROCMAILRC(5):
If the regular expression contains `^TO_' it will be sub-
stituted by `(^((Original-)?(Resent-)?(To|Cc|Bcc)|(X-
which should catch all destination specifications
containing a specific address.
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