pf at pfortin.com
Mon Feb 2 16:31:14 CET 2015
On Mon, 2 Feb 2015 10:00:55 -0500 Jerry wrote:
>On Mon, 2 Feb 2015 08:29:48 -0500, Pierre Fortin stated:
>>"forward mail FROM that folder" is why it's blank -- no way for CM to
>>guess the remote-to-this-folder destination... it seems to me you are
>>confusing Forward with Reply which should do what you want; or, am I
>>misunderstanding your question?
>I think you are misunderstand the question. I belong to an organization
>that receives quite a bit of mail. It is my job to sort this mail and
>forward it onto the correct individuals.
>The mail is sorted by a "sieve" script I have set up for Dovecot. Now,
>when I inspect these individuals folders, I decide if the mail should be
>forwarded or deleted. Since mail in each folder is supposed to be
>forwarded to only specific individuals, I can not see why I cannot set a
>predetermined address like I do for a "Reply To" or just "To" address.
>CM is inconsistent in its behavior on this point. It does allow me to
>set an account to use, so why not a destination?
At the risk of misunderstanding again... :)
This information was not included in your original question.
Sounds like you have very specific rules that could all be accomplished
within dovecot by extending its rules to forward|redirect to the specific
allowed recipients, delete, or hold for exception handling by CM; in
which case, we are back to why CM can't guess.
If the destination address is already available within the held message,
then you could create an "action" to process it; but I'm assuming the
final destination is not within the original message or you'd end up with
a mail loop -- unless external mail hits an externally visible server,
and this process forwards to an internal-only server, or somesuch.
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