I want to send multiple mail automatically.

I will receive mail as

FROM: abc@domain1.com

TO: 123@domain2.com

BODY: mail contains (username@domain3.com)

  • What I want to is take the username@domain3.com from the mail body.

  • And write new mail for the TO:username@domain.com with some mail looks like this for example:

FROM: 123@domain2.com

TO: username@domain3.com

Subject: Some things.

  • Is it possible to do this by using a mail server or are there any other ways to do it.

  • When ever a mail receoves from abc@domain1.com it has send the mail automatically like above? Is ispossible to do by some script or any ways?

Please help me on this.

  • Is it possible or not guys.? – Teja R Jun 23 '15 at 5:14
  • It is most definitely possible. On linux there is an application called procmail which you can use to pass variables to a shell script. You would pass the from address to the script and have the script send the email. – varlogtim Nov 15 '16 at 20:20

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