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Tue Jun 20 19:02:26 IST 2006
Oops, sorry you are absolutely right. Now don't I look a fool :-)
I'll put it down to lack of pain-killers. Hard narcotics always help
On 20 Jun 2006, at 18:02, Matt Kettler wrote:
> Julian Field wrote:
>> Read it carefully. It stops .xx.yyy and .xxx.yyy. It does not stop
>>> For reference, the default double-extension rule is:
>>> The filename would be unreasonably blocked by MailScanner.
>> No it won't.
> Yes it will. It WILL stop .xxxx.yyy
> Re-read it again julian
> Note there's an extra [a-z] in the front.
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