At 21:28 2009-02-19 -0500, Fleet Teachout wrote:
For example (made up) the range of IPs is:
The last octet is getting me.
I've tried [0-2][0-9][0-9] but in the back of my mind something says "that
One, it'll expect 000 or 001, which isn't how single digit values are
represented, and it'll allow up to 299, which is in excess or the maximum
value in a valid octet.
The following should work to specify a 0-255 value, allowing for optional
leading zeroes on values which might otherwise be represented in single or
And is they *any* way to test a regex in actual procmail format?
Grep/egrep differ enough that I'm never sure I've got it right.
Sandbox it and throw a known range of values at it.
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