r.wolf.pine at atlas.cz
Wed Sep 3 01:08:37 PDT 2008
On Wed, 3 Sep 2008, Tom Anderson wrote:
> From: "Some Guy" <someguy at gmail.com>
> To: htmlunit-user at lists.sourceforge.net
> Reply-To: htmlunit-user at lists.sourceforge.net
> Sender: htmlunit-user-bounces at lists.sourceforge.net
> No mention of the address to which the mailing list is sending the message!
*** this is a little problem. I do not forward messages from my different
mailboxes and I have two Roles - on for my email as recipient and the second
for emails in specific Folder.
E.g. for alpine-info mail list, I have one Role
with my email as recipient, but then I have other role for Emails in IMAP
Folder (without recipient). If my email is not in recipients in the specific
folder, then role for folder is used.
> Anyway, i duly created an 'extra header' rule to recognise that one. So now my
> rules look like this:
> Recip pattern = @e2x.co.uk
> X-Rcpt-To pattern = @e2x.co.uk
*** In your case, this means if the recipient contains @e2x.co.uk !!AND!!
X-Rcpt-To contains @e2x.co.uk. IMHO you should make two Roles. One role with
Recip pattern = @e2x.co.uk and the second role with X-Rcpt-To pattern =
@e2x.co.uk. To do it easy, make the first role and then use "R" to replicate
role and change the required conditions (delete recip pattern and create
I hope this will help you.
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