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Regex for partial acceptance / whitelisting

James Moe-2
Hello,
  assp 2.5.3-16347
  linux 4.1.34-33-default x86_64

  I would like to have a regex that conditionally accepts an address.
  In general it allows "@ymail.com" but not "*noreply*@ymail.com". A
typical spam message FROM address is <[hidden email]>.
  Is this possible?

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James Moe
moe dot james at sohnen-moe dot com
520.743.3936
Think.

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Re: Regex for partial acceptance / whitelisting

Thomas Eckardt/eck
Did you mean 'bombSenderRe' ? An allow rule is not required.

.*?noreply.*?\@ymail\.com

Thomas


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Hello,
 assp 2.5.3-16347
 linux 4.1.34-33-default x86_64

 I would like to have a regex that conditionally accepts an address.
 In general it allows "@ymail.com" but not "*noreply*@ymail.com". A
typical spam message FROM address is <[hidden email]>.
 Is this possible?

--
James Moe
moe dot james at sohnen-moe dot com
520.743.3936
Think.

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Re: Regex for partial acceptance / whitelisting

James Moe-2
On 12/14/2016 11:10 PM, Thomas Eckardt wrote:
> Did you mean 'bombSenderRe' ? An allow rule is not required.
>
> .*?noreply.*?\@ymail\.com
>
  Thank you. That works a treat.

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