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Re: [vox] Sieve



>>>>> On Tue, 06 Oct 2009 19:19:49 -0700, Bill Broadley <bill@broadley.org> said:

BB> Some examples:

Thanks for the examples.  I've actually been wanting to switch to sieve
for quite some time, but haven't looked into setup, etc.  Your examples
were useful if for nothing else in poking me further in that direction.

Is it powerful enough to do commands like this procmail rule, which
splits mailing lists into common folder names:

#######################
# General mailing lists
:0:mailinglock
* ^TO\/(mediawiki|call-home|disman|nmrg|gxsnmp|idwg|agentx|ding|bbdb|viavoice|nnimap|kde-announce|snmp-forum|xvoice|snmpconf|midcom|kopete|multi6|wireshark|kopete|namedroppers|dns-operations|dnsop|zoidberg|kde-redhat-users|fedora-kde|kphotoalbum|lugod|fedora-extras-commits|mythtv-users|bacula-users|bacula-announce|dkim|netmod|emacs-orgmode|openssl-users)
$DELIVERDIR/.mlists.`echo $MATCH | tr ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz`/


(I just add new lists to that list)
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