On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 11:43:51AM +0000, Colin Whittaker wrote:
> the last line turns off attachment forwarding.
> I guess either unsetting it would make it work as you wish.
> # Don't save outgoing attachments with your saved outgoing mail
> set nofcc_attach
no, the last line turns off attachments for recipients (aka mailboxes)
listed on the fcc line. recipients listed on the to:, cc: and bcc: lines
would still get attachments. and that option applies to all attachments,
not just forwarded ones.
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