creating rules

Glenn Steen glenn.steen at GMAIL.COM
Thu Sep 29 00:28:59 IST 2005

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On 29/09/05, Matt Kettler <mkettler at> wrote:
> 1) * isn't a character wildcard in regex, it's a repeat-count wildcard. ie: d*
> will match any number of d's in a row (including 0).
> in light of 1-3 I'd rewrite that as:
> header PROLO_GSPAM15 Subject =~ /Re\[\d\]:/i
Um, wouldn't
header PROLO_GSPAM15 Subject =~ /Re\[\d\d*\]:/i
header PROLO_GSPAM15 Subject =~ /Re\[\d+\]:/i
be better? I see a fair amount of these, and the're almost always "Re
[12[" or somesuch... Then again, for some reason most of these are
caught (BLs IIRC... @home now, can check tomorrow if anyone really
> to messages, for example Microsoft outlook with the auto-bcc plugin.
A lot of *curse-words* there:-)
-- Glenn
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