Toen ik Chuck Campbell kietelde, kwam er dit uit:
With '^SENDER' I think you mean '^Sender:'.
I didn't realise this was case sensitive, I've changed that.
The casing was not relevant (see man procmailrc, the D-flag).
The colon could be, ^SENDER also matches a header like
Your 'l*' at the end means: 0 or more el-s.
removed, I was attempting to catch things like linux-kernel-owner and
Only when MATCHing (with the \/-operator), you can need a ".*" at the end.
* ^X-Mailing-List: \/[^(_at_)]+
I thought all the X-..... headers are optionally inserted by various
programs. Is X-Mailing-List: guaranteed to be there from any mailing
list these days?
No, that's why I mentioned the more complete recipe.
If you want to match List, X-List, Mailing-List and X-Mailing-List,
Where is this list archived? I don't have any saved recent messages
with this thread subject.
I meant this message:
There are several procmail-archives, google: procmail archive
A searchable archive is mentioned on http://www.procmail.org/
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