Robert Elliott writes:
> Hi, all.
> I've got a user who wants her email forwarded to her work account (not
> on this server), but to keep a copy in her own user account here. I was
> under the impression that a .forward in her home directory containing
>>mail at work.address> \user
>> would forward all mails to mail at work.address while keeping a copy in
>user at localhost, but it doesn't seem to be forwarding.
>> What am I doing wrong? Can I use .forward this way?
$ cat .forward
\user, mail at work.address
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