> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Hardin [mailto:jhardin@impsec.org]
> Sent: Friday, 15 February 2008 3:07 p.m.
> To: Michael Hutchinson
> Subject: RE: Rule for Russian character sets
>=20
> On Fri, 15 Feb 2008, Michael Hutchinson wrote:
>=20
> > Now what about matching a question mark and an equals sign?

>=20
> An equals sign isn't special but a question mark is.
>=20
> > Except for a backslash, but I've heard no testimony would suggest

this
> > line will work with Spamassassin, and like before, the SARE Regular
> > Expressions Expander tool doesn't like it (and may have put un-due

doubt
> > in my head):
> >
> > /\=3D\?koi8\-r\?/

>=20
> Try /=3D\?koi8-r\?/i
>=20
> NB: You can also use [?] (a character set consisting of a single

question
> mark) but that's a little clumsy.


OK sounds good, might just have to test that one under Vmware as well.=20

Results from SARE Regexp expander weren't good, I don't know if I should
trust that thing anymore.

Thanks,
Mike