[Mailman-Users] Help with regular expression filters

e.c. eminmn at sysmatrix.net
Tue Feb 3 21:08:56 CET 2015

At least in Emacs the following regexp works


that finds 'test' but not 'fastest' or 'testy'

bash, perl, ruby, etc. may have different ways of doing the same thing.


On Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 12:46 PM, Marino Pascal <mpascal at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a filter to block the word "test" from Subject because some people
> won't receive list mail for a few hours and think it's broken so they post
> "test"
> And once one person does it everybody else feels obligated to "test".
> So I use
> Subject: .*test
> Problem with that is that it also blocks "latest" and "testimony".
> I suck at regular expressions and would appreciate some help.
> I also don't have a test list to test this :)
> Thanks
> Marino Pascal
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