Re: Header field larger or smaller than X

2020-05-19 Thread MFPA
Hi


On Monday 18 May 2020 at 2:02:10 AM, in
, Andrew Savchenko wrote:-


> Excuse me, how is this relevant to the question asked?

The original message, asking for a way to test if the value of a
header field was larger or smaller than X, didn't give a context for
where you wanted to perform that test. My reply signposted a way to do
it with Macros which can be used, for example, in a reply or forward
template. It transpires you were looking for a way to do it in message
filters.

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Re: Header field larger or smaller than X

2020-05-17 Thread MFPA
Hi


On Saturday 16 May 2020 at 11:41:35 AM, in
, Andrew Savchenko wrote:-



> Could you please clarify? Would you use it via
> "matches all as RegExp"
> selector?

I was thinking of the macros you use in message templates, etc.

Try an internet search for: regex "number greater than"

Or if the header field is a spam score, see if the tool can prefix the
subject with a string (or put the string in a custom header) and match
that string in your filter.

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Re: Header field larger or smaller than X

2020-05-16 Thread Marck Pearlstone

On 16 May 2020 at 11:41 Andrew Savchenko wrote and made these points

... 
AS> Screenshot attached (hopefully will work after Marck has changed 
AS> something on server's side).

.. which failed. Testing...

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Re: Header field larger or smaller than X

2020-05-15 Thread MFPA
Hi


On Thursday 14 May 2020 at 12:34:40 PM, in
, Andrew Savchenko wrote:-


> Hello,

> Is there a way to test if header field is greater or
> smaller than "X"?

If you mean the value of a specific header field is greater or smaller 
than "X", maybe the %IF or %IFN macro?


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Re: Header field larger or smaller than X

2020-05-15 Thread Marck Pearlstone

On 15 May 2020 at 07:18 Andrew Savchenko wrote and made these points

AS> Friday, May 15, 2020, 12:07:31 AM, you wrote:

>> There was no attachment.

AS> Here we go, 2Kb file: https://i.imgur.com/6BtdEB5.png

AS> Marck, could you please check on your (aka server's) end?

Checked.  I  found  one difference in the content filter settings with
those on TBBETA config and have changed it to match.

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Re: Header field larger or smaller than X

2020-05-14 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Andrew,

On Thursday, May 14, 2020 you wrote:

AS> Hello,

AS> Is there a way to test if header field is greater or smaller than "X"?

AS> Attaching screenshot of the current "solution" which is obviously
AS> non-optimal and tedious to maintain if the range of values is large.

There was no attachment.

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