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Suggestion: additional column in mail view

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In the Held Mail box, we'd like a column showing the individual mail's To: recipient.

The reason is that we know immediately that To: Recipients such as <dfjuebciehfjecxczxb[at]our_domain.com> or <xxx.yyy[at]our_domain.com> (an example of an old address of ours, discarded due to spam) are invalid.

Adding that column would allow us to browse faster through the spam mail listings (200 a day) when checking for valid mails that have landed there by error.

In a way, this would compensate for the time lost due the fact that, lately, we are having to open some of the spams in the Held Mail box to see if they are not valid after all - some of those bastards seem to have become apt at using subject lines that DO seem relevant to us, not just the usual Viagra or Mortgage crap!

Michel

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Is it possible to view the "to" column as well as the "from"? I need this because I have a domain with many email addys and I want to see who the culprit is that gets the most spam. I have a full paid spamcop acount.

Thanx in advance

Moderator Edit: Merged this 'new' post into an existing Topic in a dfferent Forum section. PM sent to advise of this Move/Merge.

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Is it possible to view the "to" column as well as the "from"? I need this because I have a domain with many email addys and I want to see who the culprit is that gets the most spam. I have a full paid spamcop acount.

Thanx in advance

Moderator Edit: Merged this 'new' post into an existing Topic in a dfferent Forum section. PM sent to advise of this Move/Merge.

Wow. Since it has been 16 months in between posts with no answer, it would be safe to say that NO would be the answer.

Is it that hard to add the "to" column?

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Wow. Since it has been 16 months in between posts with no answer, it would be safe to say that NO would be the answer.
...Not necessarily. It might be on the "to do" list but just hasn't yet made it to the top.
Is it that hard to add the "to" column?
...Sorry, none of us here knows. The coder(s) do not visit here, (t)he(y) is/are too busy coding. :) <g>

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