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Date:      Sat, 19 Jul 1997 08:23:20 +0200
From:      Gianmarco Giovannelli <gmarco@giovannelli.it>
To:        Sri Ramkrishna <sramkris@ichips.intel.com>
Cc:        Gary Crutcher <gcrutchr@nightflight.com>, questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: mail account monitoring 
Message-ID:  <3.0.3.32.19970719082320.007301dc@scotty.masternet.it>
In-Reply-To: <9707190040.AA20984@pdx206.intel.com>
References:  <Your message of "Fri, 18 Jul 1997 17:27:33 PDT."             <33CFA785.167EB0E7@scotty.masternet.it>

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At 17.40 18/07/97 -0700, Sri Ramkrishna wrote:
>In message <33CFA785.167EB0E7@scotty.masternet.it> you write:
>> ---- begin .forward ---
>> hisname
>> yourname
>> ---- end .forward ----
>
>I don't think this is quite right.  I believe this will cause a mail
>loop. (depending your set up)   What you are looking for is something
>like this:
>
>-------- begin .forward ----
>\yourname
>--------- end .foward ----
>
>I believe that is the correct solution.

I am not an unix expert, but I am used it for a few times with my
girlfriend email and it hasn't create any trouble... Mail are forwarded to
me and her where her is the account in the homedir I create the .forward
(with hername, myname).

Putting only myname caused sendmail to send only to me.... 

Boh I'll make some test right now ... I am a bit curios of this thing now ....

Thanks again for your reply

Regards...
Gianmarco
"Unix expert since yesterday"

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