You need 1,600 for a single rupee; the ancient Indian copper coin called "dawm" is not worth much. If you, then, do not even give a dawm — or "damn" — you could barely care less.
Alas, this fine folk etymology that connects "giving a damn" to a Hindi coin which fluctuated widely in value against the rupee has, as the Oxford English Dictionary puts it, "no basis in fact." If you want to connect every email you send to a particular address in MailMate, you do not, in fact, have to give a dawm (or be ingenious):
›› Want a copy of every email you send to go to a certain address automatically? Here's how to set up automatic blind carbon copy (Bcc) recipients in MailMate.