* Udi Mottelo wrote on Mar 25, 2002 [19:27, +0200] :
On Mon, 25 Mar 2002, Professional Software Engineering wrote:
Could you explain why you don't provide a VERBATIM example of the From:
header on the message it is failing to match?
The VERBOSE=ON logging can be elightening if you actually examine your
regexp to the text it fails to match.
In this case the log will show you the:
procmail: No match on ...
Exactly, the verbose didn't produce any output which helped. I did this.
The From: header is as follows:
From: "Webster Bulletin" <adams(_at_)webster(_dot_)ac(_dot_)at>
The output in the log-file is:
Filter for Webster
procmail: No match on "^From: adams(_at_)webster\(_dot_)ac(_dot_)\at"
procmail: Assigning "LOG=No match on Webster
It now works with .* prepended, and I'm just curious why?
Here some more info:
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