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Subject: Re: Fun tomorrow
To: email@example.com (Jack Williams)
TimeStamp: 02/01/2004 at 11:19:02
...this is one of those mail. want to output 2 things. name where it sent and then total msgs sent there. I printed out the name . how can i find total msg sent there. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
It is not very clear from your email what exactly you are trying to do. Please make it more elaborate. What OS and software you are using? From where are you trying to get the information, if an email server, which one?
i am using mac os. in the 3rd line there is a name. That every email that sent from the server has. print out that name. there are thousands msgs. but i am first testing data on small section. so if there are two msgs sent to Jack Williams. want to print out like. "Jack Williams 2" .
You can collect this type of data from the SMTP or mail server. Most of the SMTP server have some sort of logging scripts to collect data about the email sent/received. You may check your respective mail server software documentation. Which email server you are using anyway?