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Dear Guenther,

I can understand your frustration. Did I take you suggestion? yes and no.
1. Made changes in one test account and did not implement on others.
Waiting for the problem to be resolved completely before I made this
changes in every users procmailrc file.
2. Seriously (and truly) did not believe that this can be part of my
problem and I am sure this is not.



-Jai

guenther wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-07-12 at 15:18 -0700, Jai Rangi wrote:
>
>
>> I did more digging in this.
>> I was able to simulate the error. I changed my procmailrc something
>> like this.
>> #Rule number 1
>>

>
>
>> :0f
>> * ^[F|f]rom:.*aleks\.com
>> * ^[m|M]essage-[i|I][D|d]:.*aleks\.com|^Received:.*(authenticated).*\.aleks \.com
>>

>
> I see you didn't listen to my previous response. All these [F|f] and
> similar thingies [1] are still horribly broken.
>
> Also, the () parenthesis around "authenticated" are not literal
> parenthesis, but grouping. They will *not* match any char.
>
>
> Not going to read any further. It's quite frustrating to see when
> replies and help offered on a mailing list is being ignored. Lots of
> luck, with whatever you still are struggling with.
>
> guenther
>
>
> [1] That are char class parenthesis, no grouping with alternation. With
> the pipe symbol in it and your intended usage, I'll refuse to call
> these instances char class. Also, procmail is case insensitive by
> default. These thingies are utterly useless.
>
>


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Dear Guenther,



I can understand your frustration. Did I take you suggestion? yes and
no.

1. Made changes in one test account and did not implement on others.
Waiting for the problem to be resolved completely before I made this
changes in every users procmailrc file.

2. Seriously (and truly) did not believe that this can be part of my
problem and I am sure this is not.







-Jai



guenther wrote:

On Thu, 2007-07-12 at 15:18 -0700, Jai Rangi wrote:



I did more digging in this.
I was able to simulate the error. I changed my procmailrc something
like this.
#Rule number 1





:0f
* ^[F|f]rom:.*aleks\.com
* ^[m|M]essage-[i|I][D|d]:.*aleks\.com|^Received:.*(authenticated).*\.aleks \.com



I see you didn't listen to my previous response. All these [F|f] and
similar thingies [1] are still horribly broken.

Also, the () parenthesis around "authenticated" are not literal
parenthesis, but grouping. They will *not* match any char.


Not going to read any further. It's quite frustrating to see when
replies and help offered on a mailing list is being ignored. Lots of
luck, with whatever you still are struggling with.

guenther


[1] That are char class parenthesis, no grouping with alternation. With
the pipe symbol in it and your intended usage, I'll refuse to call
these instances char class. Also, procmail is case insensitive by
default. These thingies are utterly useless.






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