Re: [Evolution] Newbie questions: BCC and Shortcuts

Actually, I have never understood BCC:ing yourself as a way to have a
copy of email you send. All I do is simply save all outgoing messages in
a Sent folder. Said folder is on my IMAP server, so email I send from
Evolution gets saved there. When I'm using my Mac (OS X, very nice ...
would love to have evo on that, too, but I digress ...) I use the same
Sent folder. All mail I send is automagically saved there, and I don't
have to futz with BCC to myself.

Just my solution ...

On Tue, 2002-07-23 at 04:31, Marc Janssens wrote:

I recently switched to Evolution (1.0.8) as mail reader due to 
some nice features (coming from Netscape).

I'm using multiple PC's to read and write emails. To have all mails
I've sent available on all PC's I was using Netscape.In Netscape it
is possible to automatically BCC yourself to the list. Can someting
similar be configured with Evolution? The mail account here is POP3.

For my work I want to switch to Evolution as well (mainly because
its Calendar and Tasks funtion). Here I use an IMAP only mail server.
I want to replace the standard Inbox in the Shortcuts menu with the
inbox on the IMAP server. Is this possible?


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