View/Edit #87!mail-forwarding

File name: mail-forwarding
There are 3 personal properties that you can use to customize how your mail is composed and forwarded

.mail_forward 
 -- list of objects that will receive any mail that gets sent to you.
    Objects on this list should either be players or descendants of 
    $mail_recipient.
    If this list is nonempty, you will not receive any mail yourself unless
    you are on it.  E.g., if Rog is #4292 and ur-Rog is #6349

  #6349.mail_forward={}            -- usual case; ur-Rog gets his own mail.
  #6349.mail_forward={#4292}       -- Rog gets ur-Rog's mail instead.
  #6349.mail_forward={#6349,#4292} -- ur-Rog gets mail and Rog gets a copy.
  #6349.mail_forward={#-1}         -- ur-Rog's mail disappears without a trace.

.mail_notify
 -- list of objects to be notified whenever mail is sent to you.
    This list may include anything that has a :notify_mail() verb.
    Notification will take place regardless of whether or how your mail
    is forwarded.  

Thus, in the previous example

  #4292.mail_notify={#6349} --- means that ur-Rog will be told
                                whenever Rog is sent new mail.

.mail_options
 -- this controls lots of miscellaneous things.  Use the @mail-option command
    to view and set these options (see `help @mail-option')

See `help mail-resolve' for more detail on how mail forwarding and mail notification work.  See `help MR-subscribing' for information on how to change .mail_forward and .mail_notify on $mail_recipient children, where they are !c properties.

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