Problem with that is that list administrators periodically change their
list software, MTA, or host name, which causes the rule to break. I really
can't stand babysitting the mail sorting rules once a month when I have
a bunch of lists going into my boxes.
Problem unsolved :)
> Why not sort your mail into a "list" folder by the "Return-Path" header?
> That way the copy sent to you will go into your inbox (or another folder
> if you put that section into the receipe after the "list" sorting) and
> mail that is sent through the list will go into your "list" folder.
> Problem solved.
> L. Sassaman
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