On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 5:14 PM, Ricardo Kleemann
> I've got serversidefilter installed and working now. ;-) Thanks Paul for
> your help.
> I do have some comments... it seems that it doesn't properly handle text
> with slashes ('/'), would I have to use regex in order to get it right?
> For example, let's say I'm trying to match a subject with a filepath in it,
> say /usr/local/bin/script. In the mailfilter regex, it should be something
> if (/^Subject:.*\/usr\/local\/bin\/script/:h)
> However, the plugin generates this:
> if (/^Subject:.*/usr/local/bin/script/:h)
> I believe this will mess up maildrop because '/' is used as the delimiter
> for the matching regex.
> So I believe that the only way to make this work is instead of using the
> filter "Contains" I have to use "Matches Regex" and put in the "\/" to
> properly catch the slash.
> I would consider this a bug because if someone that knows nothing about
> regex tries to match a slash, the plugin will not crete the correct maildrop
> Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Looks right to me. I'm not sure this will be fixed any time soon,
however. I'm looking to update that software, but possibly by doing
something much different in place of it, which will take a bit longer