On Tuesday, May 27, 2003, at 21:11 Canada/Mountain, Ricky Buchanan
Idle curiosity: Why do you put the .*\< in brackets? Isn't that
totally a do-nothing thing, since brackets are only used in procmail
basically for presenting alternatives (like in the first quoted line)
and you're not presenting any alternatives.
the (.*\<) is superior to a straight .* for a number of reasons, all of
which have been done to death on the list, so it might be best to check
the archives on that. Or wait for someone more qualified to give the
full details. Also, parentheses () are not brackets .
You try to shape the world to what you want the world to be. Carving
your name a thousand times won't bring you back to me. Oh no, no I
might as well go and tell it to the trees. Go and tell it to the trees,
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