CAN I ASSIGN ALIASES TO FORWARD TO MY MAIN ADDRESS? In a way, yes. Basically the delimiter to use is '+'. You can then use procmail (ARPA) to parse the To: header and route the email to a file, software or another address. By default, all email addressed this way will end up in your $MAIL file. Example: Userid is 'joe', email address is 'email@example.com' Aliases could be 'firstname.lastname@example.org' or 'email@example.com' or 'firstname.lastname@example.org' While the '+' is documented in the SMTP standard, some html based mailing lists may barf on it and render it useless. All MetaARPA members who use 'setvmail' to toggle on/off the various 'domains' available at SDF may also use this aliasing technique.