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gtr (11-28-19, 04:24 AM)
Suddenly I've been beseiged by as many as 15 a day emails from all
kinds of different commercial concerns but the "reply to" header is
always the same: doxanam1

I can't find any specific reference on Prefereces > Rules for
"Reply-to" contains [string]. I tried "message content", but that
apprently doesn't include this header item.

Any guesses on how I can filter these bums?
Percival John Hackworth (11-28-19, 05:48 AM)
On 27-Nov-2019, gtr wrote
(in article <qrnb54$6l7$1>):

> Suddenly I've been beseiged by as many as 15 a day emails from all
> kinds of different commercial concerns but the "reply to" header is
> always the same: doxanam1
> I can't find any specific reference on Prefereces > Rules for
> "Reply-to" contains [string]. I tried "message content", but that
> apprently doesn't include this header item.
> Any guesses on how I can filter these bums?


I'm running Apple Mail 11.5 on Mac OS 13.6. It has a feature at the end of
the list of the Rules drop down that allows you to add fields to the Header
(Edit Header, at the very bottom). If you add "Reply-to" to the list of
header entries, lo and behold. You can now filter on that header field.
gtr (11-28-19, 08:13 AM)
On 2019-11-28 03:48:03 +0000, Percival John Hackworth said:

> On 27-Nov-2019, gtr wrote
> (in article <qrnb54l7>):
> I'm running Apple Mail 11.5 on Mac OS 13.6. It has a feature at the end of
> the list of the Rules drop down that allows you to add fields to the Header
> (Edit Header, at the very bottom). If you add "Reply-to" to the list of
> header entries, lo and behold. You can now filter on that header field.


Many thanks, I'll give it a try!
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