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>>>>> "Alex" == Alex Bligh <- linux-kernel <linux-kernel@alex.org.uk>> writes:

Alex> like Subject: [ANNOUNCE] blah blah?

Brian> Can we get something like /[\200-\377]{6}/ (6 upper ACSII
Brian> characters in a row) added to the taboo list?

Brian's pattern doesn't match upper case letters. It matches
characters with the most significant bit set. 'A' is 0101 octal,
'N' is 0116 octal, etc. so your example would not trigger the rule.
The idea of the rule is to filter out messages posted in non-Roman
character sets.

Roland
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