Multiple actions in a ruleset
jase at SENSIS.COM
Wed Oct 6 20:46:34 IST 2004
Julian Field wrote:
> At 20:16 06/10/2004, you wrote:
>> Julian Field wrote:
>>> At 21:25 05/10/2004, you wrote:
>>>> I just want to clarify the syntax if I want to have a ruleset rule
>>>> that has multiple actions. For example, a domain that wants their
>>>> spam quarantined, but still receive a notification.
>>>> The ruleset I think to do this would be:
>>>> To: domain.com store notify
>>>> I just want to confirm the syntax for multiple actions like this...
>>>> Do I separate them w/a space as I have here, or do I use a comma,
>>>> like this:
>>>> To: domain.com store,notify
>>> You need to have a space in between them. Extra spaces and commas
>>> are fine too, but there must be at least one space. So
>>> store, notify
>>> store notify
>>> are okay, but
>>> is not.
>> Will this work for actions with 2 conditions? I am having problems
>> with rules with 2 conditions and multiple actions. MailScanner
>> complains about there being a syntax error in the file. But I don't
>> get a syntax error if I just have one action.
>> Directly from the EXAMPLES file (#8):
>> From: trapme.com and To: abuse@* deliver
>> works just fine but:
>> From: trapme.com and To: abuse@* store deliver
>> gives a syntax error. Is this supposed to work, or am I doing
>> something wrong? I was running MailScanner 4.29.7, but upgraded to
>> 4.34.8 and I still get the same problem. Thanks.
> Try using store,deliver instead. Sounds like a bugette in the ruleset
> compiler. Trying to spot those "and" conditions is not as easy as it
> looks when you can't predict what might be the results of the rule.
Both "store,deliver" and "store, deliver" give syntax errors.
I know it's not easy. I was going to report the bug and submit a patch, but
I took a quick look at the code and decided to just report the bug. :-)
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