Tim Rice writes:
In your message regarding Re: Help with match variable dated Fri, 18 Jan
2002 11:55:21 +0000, Martin McCarthy said that ...
Thank you so much Martin, that is exactly what I'm looking for.
[Tim, all your messages end up in my junk folder. I presume the reason is
this Message-Id: header of yours:
| Message-ID: <20021181495440445432(_at_)Johnny Bravo>
I don't think spaces are allowed (unless quoted).
The MATCH variable contains the text that is matched by the regular
expression to the right of the '\/'. Your regular expression stops at
the '\/' and so there's nothing more to put into the MATCH variable.
Presumably you're wanting what is on the rest of the 'X-spamtrap:' line,
in which case you want your condition to be something like:
* ^X-spamtrap: \/.*
* ^X-spamtrap:[ ]*\/.*
is probably safer (space and tab between the brackets).
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