From: Kenn Humborg (kenn at domain avalon.wombat.ie)
Date: Sun 05 Sep 1999 - 11:38:24 IST
On Sun, Sep 05, 1999 at 03:52:41AM +0700, Robby wrote:
> i have 3 email addresses and i join 15 mailing list.
> so i would like to use all of the in one mailer (i.e Mutt). is that
> possible? can you explain to me how it will work in my linux, i dont use
> x-server cause my mechine is so slow (386-4mbRAM), so i realy like it work
> in CLI.
First use fetchmail to download all messages to your own account. For
example, put the following in your .fetchmailrc:
poll mail.isp1.com protocol POP3 user AAAA password XXXX is robby
poll mail.isp2.com protocol POP3 user BBBB password YYYY is robby
poll mail.isp3.com protocol IMAP user CCCC password ZZZZ is robby
Then when you run fetchmail, mail from all three servers will be
downloaded and delivered to the local user robby.
When sending mail, you can set the reply-to: or From: addresses
within mutt before sending the message. When you are at the
headers and attachments screen after editing your message hit
'r' to set the Reply-To: and hit 'ESC-f' to set the From:.
Mutt has all sorts of fancy hooks that I don't know much about
but it may be possible to get it to automatically set the From:
address depending on the To: address of the message you are replying
to. Any mutt gurus out there?
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