On Thu, Nov 30, 2006 at 12:05:12PM -0500, David Banning wrote:
> I have a standard mailbox with around 40 messages. I want to be able
> to just send them all to someone, the same person, not as an
> attachment but as individual emails. I want to do something like;
> cat /var/mail/frank | someprogram [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> So that Frank can just get it into his regular inbox. I realize that
> I could just ask Frank to pop it off the server but then he would have
> to setup for just one occasion. Is there a way to do what I want?
Try going in to MUTT, tagging them att (;t) and then 'bouncing'
then to the other address. That should take only a few seconds
effort if you have MUTT installed and a few minutes if you need
to install it.
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