[Mailman-Users] How to hold missing subject line
patrick.king at ucpress.edu
Wed Aug 11 18:44:20 CEST 2004
Thank you Jim, but...
I started with those before realizing that these regular expressions
assume that the subject line is included in the header but that the
contents after the word "Subject:" are blank. The messages we are
receiving have no subject line at all -- at least they are getting
presented to the administrator that way -- so I cannot look for a
line that contains "Subject:" It really needs to be the converse --
I need to be able to scan the entire header and hold messages that do
not contain a subject line. I think I could do this with a script,
but we don't have access to the shell so I need to use the tools
available in the GUI.
>On Tue, Aug 10, 2004 at 04:51:08PM -0700, patrick king wrote:
>> I need to use the administrator's GUI to construct a regular
>> expression. The expression needs to hold posts which do not contain
>> a subject line in the header. In other words, the Subject: line is
>> entirely missing from the mail header. It is not that "Subject:" is
>> present with data missing after it.
>> Any ideas?
>I no longer have an old 2.0.13 installation that I can play
>with, but something like:
>Jim Tittsler http://www.OnJapan.net/ GPG: 0x01159DB6
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