On Wed, Jan 02, 2002 at 10:33:10AM +0000, Colm Buckley wrote:
> > I'm a mutt user considering using kmail [...] For instance, this
> > mail will have niall at linux.ie as From and Return addresses [...]
> > when I am corresponding with Big Company Inc. for whom I do some
> > work my email addresses appear as niall at bigcompany.com and I'd like
> > this to continue easily.
>> You can do this using KMail's "filters", which, the more I use them,
> the more powerful they seem. You can filter on outgoing as well as
> incoming emails, and among the possible actions are "Select Identity",
> "Insert Header", "Rewrite Header", etc. Filtering can be done on many
> criteria, including "<Header> matches <regexp>", which should suit you
Excelllent - thanks Colm. As far as I was concerned that was a showstopper
so now I think it's time to go off and read the kmail manual from beginning
to end to get a handle on what it can do and then start using it. While I'm
here, is their a nice simple magic incantation to make it display the Euro.
I suppose it's time to face that particular bugaboo :-) (although I've
managed to avoid getting my hands dirty with Euro notes yet).
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