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cannewilson at googlemail.com
Sun Apr 25 12:29:15 UTC 2010
On Friday 23 April 2010 22:42:08 Jonathan Kamens wrote:
> >>> "I don't see how I can by-pass bogofilter and still have procmail
> >>> deliver the mail to the correct folder - but I'll give it some
> >>> thought."
> This seems straightforward to me, so you need to explain why you think
> it isn't so I can help you :-).
The problem that I saw at first is that the same header line will almost
certainly be in messages from the list-handler of all three lists. However,
having had time to think, the solution is almost certainly three separate
procmail rules - each combining the X-List-Administrivia header with the List-
ID or some other list-specific header.
> Be careful about this. I wouldn't put it past spammers to put a header
> like that in their spam, eh? You should probably make the procmail rule
> to detect these messages slightly smarter. You can specify multiple
> patterns for a rule by putting each one on its own line starting with *,
> and the rule will only apply if all of the patterns match.
Yes, that's going to be the answer, I think. Now all I have to do is get
samples from all three lists - one I see every day, one fairly frequently and
the third one, rarely. I'll create rules for each as they come up.
Thanks for pushing me in the right direction.
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