3135Re: [in-phpug] Forwarding the mail
- Dec 1, 2007Thanks for the reply.
I just want to do it through my program. If all the process is success, then
only I need to forward the file to another account. Any other solution ?
On Nov 28, 2007 3:34 AM, abhishek jain <ejaincom@...> wrote:
> Hi binoy,
> Yes it is possible , but before jumping onto this i would like to suggest
> the easiest method will be to forward the emails at the time you receive the
> email , so that you will have email in primary account and on second email
> id as well , it is possible you need to configure the email-server. Many
> webhosts provide diff. control panel for same.
> Is it possible .
> Give me more info
> Abhishek jain
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Binoy <binoyav@... <binoyav%40gmail.com>>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org <in-phpug%40yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 11:23:25 AM
> Subject: [in-phpug] Forwarding the mail
> I have written a scheduler which processes all mails from a mail account
> and the processed data will be inserted into the database. If it is
> success, I am deleting that mail from the mail account. But before
> deleting the mail , I want to forward it to a different mail account
> for future reference.
> For example if I get a mail with the subject "todays transactions" , I
> will process it and insert the required data into the db.
> After that I have to forward this to a different email id. That time,
> again I have to create a new mail with the subject
> "todays transactions" and body extracting from the current mail and if
> it has any attachments that too. Instead of all these ,
> is there any simple way to forward the mail to specified email id (By
> using message id or something )
> Any help ?
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