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Unix Mail Manipulation

saltedsalted Posts: 66Member
I'm having a hard time searching for where to start with mail in c. I work for a company who sends out cad newsletters and we recieve a lot of bounce backs. I'm trying to read the information in the mail box to find the address a bounce back was sent to then take that address off the current list. Can anyone show me where I can find information on this. When I search for mail anything I get millions of results.

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  • saltedsalted Posts: 66Member
    Never mind... I found something useful... thanks
  • abcabc Posts: 443Member
    : I'm having a hard time searching for where to start with mail in c. I work for a company who sends out cad newsletters and we recieve a lot of bounce backs. I'm trying to read the information in the mail box to find the address a bounce back was sent to then take that address off the current list. Can anyone show me where I can find information on this. When I search for mail anything I get millions of results.
    :

    While not a C/C++ topic, you probably want to look into procmail.
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