On Wed, 10 Dec 1997, Peter Seebach wrote:
Wouldn't that have to be: * ^From:.*cyberpromo\.com
(or) * ^From:.*cyberpromo.*
...or will it match with simply partial letters/numbers?
Speaking of numbers, the new constant influx of unsolicited
bombardments use a series of numbers in the bogus addresses,
like: 32859385(_at_)bogusdomain(_dot_)com or 19483753(_at_)3928475(_dot_)com or
3948578pu(_at_)392857stinks(_dot_)com (etc., etc.).
Is there an easy way to filter on, let's say, if the part
of the address either *before* or *after* the "@" symbol
has 5 or more SUCCESSIVE digits(numbers)? This should be
a safe bet, I would think...and not axe out some *legit* aol
or prodigy mail addresses which often contain several numbers.
If I can at least filter all of this kind of crap to one
mailbox to deal with later it would be a great Xmas present :-)
- it improves the smell of most mailboxes greatly!
(hehehe)...that's a good one! So very appropriate.