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Re: OT Aliasing Multiple Addresses in Mutt



Walt Mankowski wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 13, 2003 at 07:09:58PM -0800, Paul Johnson wrote:
> > What were you expecting?  The only way you can suppress each recipient
> > from knowing who else is recieving something is using BCC...
> 
> That's not true.  Mailing list managers do it (I don't know the
> addresses of everyone subscribed to debian-user).  You can also
> supress the names of the recipients by adding an entry to /etc/aliases
> (or whatever your MTA uses).
> 

All of my entries in /etc/aliases associate one known user with one alias.
What would one alias for many addresses look like?


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