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Re: [Nmh-workers] Replying ... but not to "me" too

From: Bob Carragher
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] Replying ... but not to "me" too
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2014 14:37:19 -0700

Bingo!  I *knew* it was something simple!  (I wonder what else
in mh-profile I've not been using, but should have been, all
these years?)

Thanks a lot!!!


On Tue, 25 Mar 2014 14:10:43 -0700 Lyndon Nerenberg <address@hidden> sez:

> See the Alternate-Mailboxes entry in the mh-profile(5) manpage.
> It lets you specify a list of addresses that should be treated
> the same as your local primary address.
>        Alternate-Mailboxes: address@hidden, bug-mh*
>             Tells repl and scan which addresses are really  yours.   In  this
>             way,  repl knows which addresses should be included in the reply,
>             and scan  knows  if  the  message  really  originated  from  you.
>             Addresses  must be separated by a comma, and the hostnames listed
>             should be the "official" hostnames for the  mailboxes  you  indi-
>             cate,  as  local  nicknames for hosts are not replaced with their
>             official site names.  For each address, if a host is  not  given,
>             then  that address on any host is considered to be you.  In addi-
>             tion, an asterisk (`*') may appear at either or both ends of  the
>             mailbox  and  host  to  indicate  wild-card  matching.  (profile,
>             default: your user-id)
> This should do what you want.
> --lyndon

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