At 10:43 2003-10-07 -0500, Chuck Campbell wrote:
On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 04:31:46PM +0200, Ruud H.G. van Tol wrote:
> 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.
Procmail isn't case-sensitive unless you specifiy a flag for that. The
significant difference between the two strings above is that the latter has
a trailing COLON. I'm guessing that the all-uppercase token of ^SENDER was
confused by someone (perhaps yourself) as a REGEXP like ^TO and
^FROM_DAEMON. By specifiying the corrected string (with colon) in mixed
case, it lessens the likelyhood of that misinterpretation.
removed, I was attempting to catch things like linux-kernel-owner and
"linux-kernel" will match either.
I thought all the X-..... headers are optionally inserted by various
programs. Is X-Mailing-List: guaranteed to be there from any mailing list
Not guaranteed. However, for any _GIVEN_ list, you should be able to
discern identifiers in the headers ase used BY THAT LIST.
If you use the generic list identifier I posted, you generally don't have
to worry about when a list might migrate from one software package to
another, since the generic nature of the matching operation will match a
variety of forms and present you with the listname component part.
Where is this list archived?
You might try hitting <http://www.procmail.org> and poking around...
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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