[antispam-f] Re: Combining rules

  • From: Frank de Bruijn <antispam@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: antispam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2007 19:52:11 +0200

In article <4eefef03eftricia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
   Tricia Garner <tricia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 08 Jun, in article
> <gemini.jjc01q00cjqap019w@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>   Jeremy Nicoll - freelists <jn.flists.73@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Tricia Garner <tricia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > > Ah, thanks. Actually, I want to divert incoming mail for a mailing list
> > > so

> > > would DIVERT To: = *list name* do it?

> > It might do, but not if eg any of your list subscribers send any
> > contributions TO: someone, CC: the list   or even BCC it.  You need to
> > look at the headers of the mails as you receive them from your ISP to see
> > what they are guaranteed to contain.  You might be better looking for the
> > list subscription address (ie where people are sending stuff to) inside a
> > Received: header (as demon will put the address they are actually
> > delivering the mail to in the topmost one of those).  The values in To:
> > and CC: are not reliable. 

> Yes, I see what you mean. I will have a go at that.

The pseudo header keyword Recipient which was added in version 1.59 may
be of use to you.


P.S. I just noticed the Recipient link on the StrongHelp Index page
     takes you to a less than useful place (need to fix that...). The
     page Rules->Syntax->Recipient is probably more informative. It even
     has an example rule using Divert...

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