Aha! Thanks Gary. I'd missed the vital "the dots in the examples below can be any single character" when reading this.
Thank you! From: Gary Gendel [mailto:g...@genashor.com] Sent: 06 May 2016 16:24 To: Faris Raouf <aster...@raouf.net>; spamdyke users <email@example.com> Subject: Re: [spamdyke-users] ip-in-rdns-keyword - are hyphens supported? Faris, Looks like it does. From the documentation in the section on Reverse DNS: When matching an IP address in an rDNS name, spamdyke looks for the IP address in many forms; for example, if the IP address is 220.127.116.11, spamdyke will look for the following patterns in the rDNS name (the dots in the examples below can be any single character): The phrase in the parenthesis implies that any non-digit character would be treated as a period. Gary
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