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Hello,
I use 'pine' to read mail. How can I set it , so every mail I have read can be moved to a folder named received automativelly.
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 You mean moving messages without reading them? Yes it is possible but you should recompile the pine. Find the GNU pine source code and make changes properly.
 
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Go to the pine setup and there will be a entry "read-message-folder" type the name of the folder there and go to another feature "auto-move-read-msgs" check that box u will be getting the mails moved to the folder specified.
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