++ 31.03.1999, 22:18:24 (+0300) = era eriksson:
representative, and I found it in Deja News so it's kind of mangled)
you could make the check case sensitive (add a D flag) and use the
exact phrase ^Subject: Important Message From
Yes. I have been thinking of that as well. But almost never i get
messages saying 'important message from ...' and if i get them they're
almost always virusses or spams. :-)
So i guess there's no need to have the condition case-sensitive.
* ^Content-(Type|Disposition):((.*)($[ ]))*\.do[ct]\>
I have had received only one email with the virus so far, but i'm unable
to find it right now. John told me in pm i could use
because of the wrapping...
Ouch. If you want f, you don't want c, and vice versa.
Really stupid, these syntax mistakes and all... And this f and c, i have
read at several places and several times, and i still used them both.
This will prepend the contents of melissa.txt after the headers (but
before the body; I imagine this is what you want) and then forward the
No, not exactly. Melissa.txt should be the body. But as i'm not using
the -k variable for formail the orginal body would be left away anyway.
Or am i missing here some important points?
Thanx for your help. I have put the various things in my procmailrc and
changed some other things (the order of the various actions -as you
mentioned) and i'll test the thing tomorrow.
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