|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Fwd: Re: Grepping body of message [email@example.com]
On 2003.04.24 13:41 multimedia-fan-at-myrealbox.com wrote:
I asked the same question few weeks earlier, got the same knee jerk
response from another person, you know the typical boring RTFM reponse
when someone couldn't read the contents of the message properly.
I understand what you are asking for, and I was asking for the same
For me instead of.
A way to grep the body against a list of phrases, domains, words,
...etc, form the responses that I have seen is impossible with procmail
alone, unless you write a PERL script and feed the message to it.
On Thu, 24 Apr 2003 11:18:52 -0400, Ruben Safir
>Let me hit you with a clue stick...
>The man page for procmail is imposssible to understand (hence the examples page).
>Furthermore, the egrep regex man page is equally impossible.
>So a simple question of how to grep on the body, something I've tried
>to do before without success, to the procmail list, which I've been a
>member on for nearly 3 years, is appropriate.
>On Thu, Apr 24, 2003 at 04:04:19AM -0500, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>> * Ruben I Safir [04-24-03 00:33]:
>> > I didn't know that you could filter on the body
>> > How is that done?
>> man procmailrc
>> man procmailex
>> man procmailsc
>> 1. First step, check TFM.
>> 2. Search google, google/linux
>> 3. Report specific conditions which aren't answered
>> 4. Request help/information.
>> Patrick Shanahan Please avoid TOFU and trim >quotes<
>> http://wahoo.no-ip.org Registered Linux User #207535
>> icq#173753138 -at- http://counter.li.org
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