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what line can I put in .mailproto to forward a variety of email lists someone is subscribed to? Like can I do FORWARD from all guy@address.com?
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Hi,

You're along the right lines.  To forward ALL mail to guy@address.com, use the following line:

  FORWARD To . guy@address.com

If you want to forward all of the stuff from a given list to guy@address.com, then you'd need a line like this:

  FORWARD From somelist@something.com guy@address.com

You can combine both, but the catch-all one would need to be last, such as:

  FORWARD From somelist@something.com guys_friend@address.com
  FORWARD To . guy@address.com

Which would send all but the list traffic to guy@address.com.

Dave
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