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My client has eMail adresses that are specific to their projects (like pr1721<_at_> so that incoming mails can automatically be filed to the correct project.

I created aliases for putting these messages in public folders, like #public/projects/1721. The employees working on the projects can then subscribe (IMAP) to the relevant project folders, so that everyone can see whats coming in on their projects (and we do not need holiday-autoreplies as long as one project member is in the office).

Since there is a new project almost every day, it is impractical to maintain the aliases manually.

Is there any way to create a generic alias like prNNNN<_at_> (N being any number), that would move all matching messages to #public/projects/NNNN if the respective folder exists?

(My workaround would be to automatedly hack the users.cfg file, but it seems to require a restart of KMS to re-read that file. Not an elegent solution. I hope there is a better one?)

[Updated on: Mon, 11 January 2010 16:00]

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