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barbie (2653)

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Journal of barbie (2653)

Sunday February 03, 2002
07:08 PM

Spam & Majordomo

[ #2626 ] has been suffering from those infernal spam attacks of late. So I decided, as several of the list use routing addresses, I would try and stop the spam hitting the list via some simple regexs. Simple I thought.

"Ha", cried Majordomo, "Your Regexs are wrong. Begone and learning to write them properly."

"Hmmmmm.", I thought. "But surely 'html' is a valid regex?"

"No, no and thrice no!" said Majordomo, "Do it properly or not at all".

I am now very perplexed. When is a regex not a regex? It seems Majordomo has an entirely different concept to regexs than everyone else. Or maybe it just doesn't like me :(

So now I'm going to have to resort to banning routing addresses, which I'm not best pleased with as I use one too :(

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