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Hello,

I have configured fetchmail as per Howto:
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I run fetchmail in daemon mode with global parameters. My question is if I want to fetch mails from my one isp account and to forward them to more than one local users, how do I write config this?

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You can try to download the mails to one account and then use a procmail recipe for that account that forwards the mails to the other accounts.
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