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Old 02-13-2011, 10:02 PM   #3
wilderf3353
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Join Date: Jan 2011
Device: Kindle 3
I got it to work by doing the following (it is a twisted trail...):

- I configured Calibre to use my GMail account for email as a mail server

- Under "Sharing books by email" in Calibre, I added my GMail Email with "auto send" turned on

- All news in Calibre is scheduled for automatic download

- I create a new free private Google group called Franks_Kindle and configured my Kindle to allow emails from the new Group (via amazon.com, "Your Kindle Approved E-mail List").

- I create a new free private Google group called Marys_Kindle and configured my wife's Kindle to allow emails from the new Group.

- I added a new forwarding address on my GMail account that goes to both groups. Google sent the confirmation code to the groups and I was able to validate the forwarding addresses in GMail. (If only I could do this via my kindle's email address...)

I then created a series of filters in GMail to automatically forward Calibre News emails to the proper groups. If both of us are interested in a news feed, it goes to both groups. If only one of us is interested in a news feed, it goes to only that person's Google group.

As an example:
- Matches:
- from franksgmail@gmail.com
- subject:LifeHacker
- Do this: Forward to Franks_Kindle , Delete it

Does this make sense?

Last edited by wilderf3353; 02-13-2011 at 10:20 PM.
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