On Tue 30 Jul 2002 10:28, David Neary wrote:
> I have 3 or 4 email addresses (which get used for different
> reasons), and I'd prefer not to mix them up. So I was wondering
> if anyone knows of a way that I can have mail (apart from list
> mail, which I have already sorted) which arrives to a certain
> e-mail address have the From: header in the reply automatically
> set to the address it came to.
I don't know Mutt, to be honest, but the KDE mail client "KMail" can
do this very neatly - you set up multiple "Identity" profiles, each
with a distinct email address (and other things if desired, like a GPG
key and a signature). You can then set up KMail to use various
identities automatically when replying to messages which match a
particular pattern, or which are in a particular folder, etc. It's
all very cool, and it works very nicely.
But I still don't know how to do it in Mutt.
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