On 08 Jun, in article <e5a3acef4e.ricp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Richard Porter <ricp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 8 Jun 2007 Tricia Garner wrote: > > On 08 Jun, in article <02ffa5ef4e.ricp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, > > Richard Porter <ricp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> On 7 Jun 2007 Tricia Garner wrote: > >>> I think I need to combine an Accept From rule with a Divert rule but > >>> it's the syntax for the Divert rule which I can't get. Could some kind > >>> person point me in the right direction? > >> No you just need a Divert rule. You can't both accept and divert a > >> message, although the destination in both cases could be the same. > > Now I'm even more confused. Wouldn't that divert all messages? How do I > > specify which ones to divert, let alone where to? > Sorry I've misread your question. You said that you wanted to divert > mail _for_ a particular user. That implies that you want to process > outgoing mail, which you won't do with AntiSpam. > If you want to trap incoming mail from a particular sender then you > just need a rule or rules like > DIVERT From: = *sender* > DIVERT Sender: = *sender* > where *sender* uniquely matches the sender's address. Ah, thanks. Actually, I want to divert incoming mail for a mailing list so would DIVERT To: = *list name* do it? -- Tricia The sooner you fall behind, the more time you'll have to catch up.