OT: Regex question
craig at WESTPRESS.COM
Mon Jun 27 22:45:00 IST 2005
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My grasp of regex is very rudimentary at best, and I am trying to
construct an expression that will hit every instance of these kinds of
So in this instance, I would like to know how to construct the instance
to find anything that starts with "pool" and ends with "verizon.net". I
don't care what everything else in between might be.
Our users have been getting inundated with email purporting to be from
my companies "support" team (which is me, btw) informing them that
their email accounts are about to be suspended, or that their account
details have been updated, to "please verify the details contained in
the attached file."
I am attempting to kludge together a means to capture these messages
before MailScanner processes them and issues warnings and just send
them to /dev/null or something similar. They are all coming from
Craig Daters (craig at westpress.com)
1663 West Grant Road
Tucson, Arizona 85745
(520) 624-4939 x208
(520) 624-2715 fax
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