[Alpine-info] Replying Using Alternate Role
rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
Tue Mar 17 08:32:58 PDT 2009
On Tue, 17 Mar 2009, Robert Wolf wrote:
> - check the patterns, I use following for pine/alpine mailing list
> To pattern = <No Value Set>
> From pattern = <No Value Set>
> Sender pattern = <No Value Set>
> Cc pattern = <No Value Set>
> News pattern = <No Value Set>
> Subject pattern = <No Value Set>
> Recip pattern = <No Value Set>
> Partic pattern = email at domain.com
I had the personal mail address in To, From, Sender, and Recip. Just added
it to Partic.
> If the email does not contain your email address (for example if your
> email was in Bcc), or you write "To pattern" but your address is in Cc,
> the pattern does not match. I use participant, which means From, To or
For mail sent to my personal domain, I'm always the To address.
> - check the Folder Type
> Current Folder Type =
> Set Choose One
> --- --------------------
> ( ) Any
> ( ) News
> ( ) Email
> (*) Specific (Enter Incoming Nicknames or use ^T)
> Folder List = Folder
I had Email checked and just changed it. For the Folder List, I have both
the incoming-mail name and the ~/mail name (in that order, on two separate
> Either use only Specific Folder and no pattern match (if you have your
> personal emails in one folder and business emails in other folder) -
> this should work everytime. Or you have to specify two roles: one with
> Folder and the other with Participant.
All mail to the personal address should go to the twodogs/personal folder.
Business mail goes to my INBOX or is routed by procmail recipes to specific
mail list/subject folders.
> - check the Usage:
Mine are all without confirmation.
> I hope it will help you. If not, you can send copy of you role configuration.
I'll gzip it and send it off the mail list. Having it checked would be a
very good idea.
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