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 5:49 am on Feb 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

I use Opera 7.0 registered version. Earlier I used Outlook Express mailclient with IE-60. Then I could make rules to pass certain incoming mails on to new adresses automaticly. I master several web-domains. And so I get mail via domains and wish to pass them on to real owner of the domains.
Can I make these rules in Opera?



 5:56 am on Feb 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

According to the OperaMail support pages [opera.com], it looks like forwarding exists in their Premium Service. The web page isn't completely specific about building automatic lists, however, so I would suggest writing them to nail it down.

OperaMail Premium gives users access to more storage space for their e-mails and the ability to check and send off e-mails on the Web or via third-party e-mail clients through POP e-mail download, as well as e-mail forwarding, spell checking, replied messages marking and filtering, in a ad-free environment.

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