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Rhy Thornton rthornton at visp.net
Fri Oct 18 23:10:15 CEST 2013


On 10/17/2013 06:14 PM, Kelly Keating wrote:
>
> Thanks Steve
>
> I've gone ahead and used Bruno's solution for now..simple enough for 
> my level of understanding Embarassed
>
> best day
>
> K
>
> ---
> Hands on Art
>
> Kelly Keating
> Substation Gallery Co-Ordinator, Project Manager & Secretary
>
> 150 Enoggera Terrace Paddington 4064 Q
> Tel: 0416356298
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> www.handsonart.org.au
> http://www.facebook.com/hands.o.art
> http://www.facebook.com/SubstationGallery
>
> On 17.10.2013 18:17, Steve Perkins wrote:
>
>> If you're not bothered about keeping the mails completely separate 
>> and just want to send and receive from two accounts, you could look 
>> at simply having both email addresses deliver to the same account and 
>> set up multiple identities in Roundcube to use when sending. 
>> Roundcube is quite clever here, and will (if its available) 
>> automatically select the correct email address when repying or 
>> forwarding. You can also use the client side filters plugin 
>> (http://sourceforge.net/projects/rcubefilters/) to filter incoming 
>> mails into different folders based on recipient address.
>>
>> If you are using Courier IMAP you could also look at the Shared 
>> Folders feature which can allow a little more separation while only 
>> needing a single login.
>>
>> We use a combination of the two which works pretty good for us.
>>
>> Steve
>>
>> Using postfix we do this by having one main account and then setting 
>> up postfix shared folders for secondary accounts. You can then set up 
>> multiple senders in Roundcube.
>>
>> If you don't need to have shared folders, how about having both email 
>> addresses deliver to the same accout, and then installing the sim
>>
>> On 17-10-2013 15:37, Bruno Gonzalez (aka stenyak) wrote:
>>
>>     On 2013-10-17 00:44, kelly at handsonart.org.au wrote:
>>
>>         Hello
>>
>>         I'm really not very tech savvy, sorry. Our organisation has FINALLY
>>         managed to work out how we can have .org.au addresses and access them
>>         from home - I have 2 and it is handy if I can have them open at the same
>>         time rather than logging out and logging in numerous times over the
>>         course of the day.
>>
>>     I have no idea (maybe other RC users can suggest a plugin?), but
>>     as a last resort, you can always open a second window in
>>     "incognito" mode window in your favourite browser. That would be
>>     ctrl+shift+n in chromium, or ctrl+shift+p in firefox, etc. This
>>     will allow you to have exactly 2 open accounts (one in the
>>     regular window, another one in the private window). This works
>>     for many other sites too, btw.
>>
>>         Also, it would be great if I could change font sizes, colours
>>         etc as I like to highlight aspects of the mail I send out,
>>         hoping that people will actually read it .ha.
>>
>>     For this, go to the*Preferences*  panel, go to*Composing*  settings, and mark HTML for "all" messages. That way you can usecolors  andstuff.
>>
>>     Hope that helps.
>>
>>     -- 
>>     Regards/Saludos,
>>           Bruno Gonzalez
>>
>>     http://www.stenyak.com | stenyak @ irc://irc.freenode.net
>>
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