On 29 Jul 1996 18:31:28 -0500, you wrote:
>>>>>> "b" == bh <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>b> I am having trouble getting the taboo headers to work.
>Since taboo headers are a 1.94 feature, I certainly hope you're know you're
>using a development version and that you're running 1.94alpha9.
Yes I do. Since I am not up on perl regexp as I should be the problem is much
more likely to be mine then a problem in 1.94. I am not forming my perl
expression right more then likely. I'm not so proud as to not admit when the
error is likely mine.
>b> What would be the proper format of the taboo header line to make all
>b> messages from him get bounced to me for approval?
>taboo_headers << END
>in the list config file would work. That's: "from:" at the beginning of
>the line followed by at one whitespace character followed by anything (or
>nothing) followed by "email@example.com" (you may have to escape the `@' in
>perl5), all matched without regard to case.
I forgot to escape the dot in aol.com or on the @. That is proably what the
problem was. Thanks. I'm not up on my regexpes as I should be. One more
questions if you don't mind. AOL doesn't have this problem, but some sites put
the users full named after the e-mail address so you get
from: firstname.lastname@example.org (full name)
How would you change the regex to handle that?