matching multiple lines
fred at ontosys.com
Wed Jul 21 22:34:20 CEST 2004
On Tue, Jul 20, 2004 at 02:28:50PM -0700, .rp wrote:
> Well I know you can find tabs in headers but think it would be quite
> a leap to get procmail to join lines together.
I don't quite follow what you are saying, but it turns out to be
fairly easy to construct procmail patterns that match over multiple
consecutive lines. Attached is an example script that I use (that
script having nothing to do with bogofilter).
Fred Yankowski fred at ontosys.com tel: +1.630.879.1312
OntoSys, Inc PGP keyID: 7B449345 fax: +1.630.879.1370
www.ontosys.com 38W242 Deerpath Rd, Batavia, IL 60510-9461, USA
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* 1^0 ^Content-Type: multipart/
* 1^0 ^From:.*\<mailer-daemon@
* B ?? ^Content-Type:.*application/octet-stream.*($[ ])?.*name="?\/[^"]+
* $ MATCH ?? $BADNAME
# Message has attachment of type octet-stream with a bad name
LOG="notice: bad attachment name: $MATCH
* ^X-Whitelist: Yes
# NOTES: Content-Type headers inside the document body typically have
# their 'name' attribute on the following line, so the pattern above
# allows for such continuation (per Bill Wohler <wohler at newt.com>).
# Only multipart messages have real attachments, but we also match
# messages from 'mailer-daemons' that include such attachment data in
# their body (when they echo the content of the rejected message).
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