Message from discussion help, need to have pine automatically forward mail, unix envir.
From: Paul O Bartlett <pob...@access.digex.net>
Subject: Re: help, need to have pine automatically forward mail, unix envir.
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On 2 Sep 1998, Seth Musselman wrote:
> I need to have mail being sent to an address automatically forwarded to a
> different address. Is it possible? How can i do it?
Pine will not do what you want. For incoming mail, Pine is part of
the mail reading process, and you want something which is part of the
mail delivery process. Because your subject says that you are in a
unix environment, learn about the "forward" mechanism. You can start
with 'man forward'. Basically, you create a file called .forward in
your home directory containing the address to which you want mail
forwarded. This assumes that your mail delivery agent honors the
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