Re: filter based on header

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 Hi Paul,

I do not use any other filtering tools but built-in filters in
SquirrelMail 1.4.23 [SVN]. I just can not made it work with headers (but
From-based and Subject-based rules works fine). Hope to find out how to
set it without external tools like procmail. Any built-in specific filter
example for headers will be appreciated.


Marchello Lippi

Paul Lesniewski wrote:
> On 2/24/16, Marchello Lippi <marchello@xxxxxx> wrote:
>>  Hi all,
>> How do I create filter based on header?
>> I can see "Match: header" among filter types.
>> The header I would like to filter is: "Received: from"
>> where
>> "c1" part can change, but "" part is always the same.
>> Please help me to do it properly.
>> Thanks ahead.
> You have to specify what filtering tool you use before anyone can be
> of much help.  I can only guess and say that if the filtering
> mechanism you're using supports regular expression matching, you'd
> probably put something like:
> /^Received: from \S+\.b1\.c1\.com/i
> With or without the delimiters.  If wildcards are used for more simple
> matching, just:
> Received: from *
> --
> Paul Lesniewski
> SquirrelMail Team
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