[Users] Claws doing bad things with random(?) e-mails...
irgunii at gmail.com
irgunii at gmail.com
Wed Dec 12 00:33:16 CET 2012
On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 10:02:25 +0100
Colin Leroy <colin at colino.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 08:37:37 +0000, Paul <claws at thewildbeast.co.uk>
> > > It seems to be very random about when it happens and the types of
> > > e-mails. Sometimes it will be a list e-mail, sometimes it will be
> > > an e-mail from a friend or whatever.
> > Claws won't do that without your instruction.
> > If this is an IMAP account then perhaps that is some server-side
> > filtering happening. If not IMAP, then check the filtering log in
> > Claws.
> Or anti-spam plugin?
> Also, your 'subject regexpcase "[Bug*]" move "#mh/mailbox/Trash"' rule
> is wrong and is very probably the culprit. you probably mean:
> subject regexpcase "\[Bug .*\]" move "#mh/mailbox/Trash"
> Square brackets are normally used in regexp to match character class,
> like '[a-z]' means any letter between a and z.
> [Bug*] would match anything containing Bug (or even Bgu, guB, gu,
> but etc) - test with bash and variations of
> echo '[Bug 1234] tralala'|grep --color '[Bug*]'
> echo '[but 1234] tralala'|grep --color '[Bug*]'
> compare with
> echo '[Bug 1234] tralaa'|grep --color '\[Bug .*\]'
(apologies if the 'sender' of this reply is different...I'm in the process of
dropping my dial-up ISP after15 years and finally having the means to get satellite
speed! Wish it was DSL, but I'll take what I can get so long as it's better
than dial-up! lol)
Not an IMAP thing, so not that and as I said, it suddenly started to happen.
As for the rule that Colin brings up...that fits the timeline so I'll try to see
if your suggestion fixes it. I'm sure it will, because I was playing hell trying
to figure out how to make all these 'bug' reports coming into the list not show up
in my 'inbox', heh.
Thank you both. I'll let you know what happens in a few days.
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