Ruud H.G. van Tol said the following on 1/24/2005 10:50 AM:
Thanks for all of this, Ruud and Dallman! :)) I'm now in the process of
condensing my .procmailrc file, and so far have done so by about 200
lines! This whole procedure has really made it easier for me to see how
procmail sees things and how to make it easier to filter my email!
Yes, that is what I meant with "the right casing".
(non-proper casing, etc.)
This is a little bit safer:
*$ MYBSDLISTS ?? ()[(|]\/$\MATCH[|)]
I use a slightly different approach, that allows grouping of
LIST2BOX = '
*$ LIST2BOX ?? ^[$WSP]*$\MATCH:\/[^$WSP]+
I am curious, what is the significance of the : operator in $LIST2BOX?
In stead of the ':' one could also use '@', and that '@'
could be the one from the List-Post-header.
*nod* cool idea! :)
Thanks again, guys!! :)
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