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Re: A question about procmailrc



On Thursday 02 Feb 2006 17:32, Hongwei Li wrote:
>
> No. Maybe, I should tell more at the beginning.  The part "Aaa Bbbb
> Ccc/Xxxx Yyy/Zzzz Dddd/Eeee" is from Lotus Notes users.  Somehow the
> Lotus Notes set some of their out going emails in such a strange
> "format".  Some of other their emails show normal format, i.e. no
> that part, just normal "out of office" or whatever.  Sometimes, they
> have that part. The notes admins have not been able to "fix the
> problem" so far.  Then, I have to deal with it
>
> myself.  My system uses mbox, e.g. the lines:
> :0:
>
> * ^Subject:.*DELIVERY FAILURE*
> $MAILDIR/Trash
>
> work well if no that part in the subject.
>
That should pick up 'out of the office' whatever else in in the subject, 
but perhaps you were right when you wondered if the slash was what 
caused the problem.  I'm not very skilled at procmail.   There is a 
dedicated procmail list - that may be the place to ask.

Anne
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