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Re: Postfix Regular Expressions

Craig Sanders wrote:
> correct.
> \s and \t (and \d, \w, \b, and many others) are pcre (perl-compatible
> regular expressions) which are an extension of standard regexps.
> > If the map is a regexp style map, then you just use a tab instead of
> > \t.
> yep,  and use "[[:space:]]" instead of "\s"  - that matches spaces &
> tabs, just like \s does.

For pcre style expressions how would you represent the perl pattern
/\s{15,}[a-zA-Z0-9]{2,8}$/? Is it exactly the same in pcre as it is in
perl? How would you represent this in regexp style (for immediate spam
rejection patterns)?

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