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SubjectRe: LINUX
On Thu, 1 Jul 1999, Jonathan Walther wrote:

>My method, matching the Sender: header or whicher is appropriate to the
>list, is still superior.

You are arguing that your method is superior, when my method has
not lost a single Linux kernel message in 2 years since I've been
on the list. Pointless...

>It is cleaner and easier to understand, and doesn't depend on
>mysterious macros.

There is nothing mysterious about the macro at all. Read the

>I notice your macro doesn't handle "Sender:" fields.

It is not my macro. It is built into procmail. Someone
suggested that I use it, as it works well, and after I discovered
it, I tried it out on several mailing lists for which I could not
get every single message to filter properly, and the TO macro did
it perfectly.

>* ^Sender:.*

Good for you.

Mike A. Harris Linux advocate GNU advocate
Computer Consultant Open Source advocate

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