[Mailman-Users] Blocking entire domains
Martin Dennett (Gmail)
md6969 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 8 22:27:31 CEST 2006
Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Martin Dennett (Gmail) wrote:
>> Would that also be applicable to, for example, addresses after the @
>> where more than one option exists? I'm thinking of "ms*.hinet.net" -
>> I've got a lot of banned members where the "*" is a number, and I don't
>> fancy having to block ms1.hinet.net, ms2.hinet.net, ms3.hinet.net etc.
> You don't have quite the right syntax for regular expressions (they're
> not wildcards). See <http://docs.python.org/lib/re-syntax.html>.
> The above example can be coded as
> The start of the string (^) followed by any character (.) zero or more
> times (*) followed by @ followed by zero or more of anything (.*)
> followed by a literal . (\.) followed by hinet followed by a literal .
> (\.) followed by net followed by anything. This would match
> abcxyz at ms3.hinet.net, asdfg at qwe.hinet.net.ca and many others.
> It could also be
> ^[^@]+ at ms[0-9]\.hinet\.net$
> The start of the string followed by at at least one (+) non @ character
> ([^@]) followed by @ms followed by a digit ([0-9]) followed by
> .hinet.net followed by the end of the string.
> It could also be many other regexps depending on how tight or loose you
> want to be.
*Very* tight - believe me! I've added the syntax as you described it -
hopefully there'll be less domains trying to request membership now!
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