On Wed, 31 Oct 2001, Tuc wrote:
* 1^0 ^Content-Type:.*(multipart|attachment)
* 1^0 B ?? Hi\! How are you(\?|=3F)
* 1^0 B ?? I send you this file in order to have your advice
* 1^0 B ?? See you later(\.|=2E) Thanks
|(/usr/local/bin/formail -r -A "Precedence: junk" \
-I"Subject: Your Machine is infected with the Sircam Virus"; \
cat /usr/home/wwwcust1/crazies/sircam.txt)|$SENDMAIL -t
I get the :0c, generating a copy of it.
Which is actually not necessary, since the very next rule is going to
throw the message away anyway.
Yea, I know... I changed that to /dev/null temporarily, and
emailed it out that way. Sorry. I actually have it going somewhere, just
during my testing it was getting full.
The first rule checks for the "^Content-Type:.*(multipart|attachment)"
regexp. I wonder, however, why its "1^0"'d
It should not be. Where did you find that? The first rule should be just
The next problem is that it just doesn't do the "|" action at all.
How do you know that it doesn't do it?
I don't get any email replies.....
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