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Mon Apr 26 15:43:38 UTC 2010
On Monday 26 April 2010 14:39:41 Jonathan Kamens wrote:
> having had time to think, the solution is almost certainly three separate
> procmail rules - each combining the X-List-Administrivia header with the
> ID or some other list-specific header.
> That would certainly work, but you don't need to do things that way.
> Procmail regular expressions support (...|...) syntax, so you could do, for
> * ^X-List-Administrivia:
> * ^X-List-Id: (list1|list2|list3)
> Folder name here
> And that rule would match list1, list2, or list3. You get the idea, I'm
> sure ;-). See the procmailrc(5) man page for more information about its
> regular expression syntax.
Yes, I've used similar rules before. The reason I said three rules is that it
would enable each such message to go into the appropriate folder. :-)
Thanks for the help.
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