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Re: Help with ip-spoof protection in Debian

On Sun, Aug 05, 2001 at 04:42:12PM -0500, Nathan E Norman wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 05, 2001 at 09:34:29PM +0100, P Kirk wrote:
> > I'll read man mutt to deal with your cc comment; something I'm sure
> > you'll appreciate!
> Take a peek at mutt's "subscribe" option.  My .muttrc has this line:
>   subscribe debian-
> My debian mail goes to mailboxes like debian-user, debian-devel, etc.
> I use procmail to sort mail using this recipe for debian lists:
>   # Debian lists ...
>   :0 
>   * ^X-Mailing-List: .*[<].*@lists\.debian\.org[>]
>   * ^X-Mailing-List: .*[<] *\/[^ ][^@]*
>   Mail/$MATCH/

or use exim filtering in your ~/.forward:

	# Exim filter

	# --------------
	# news from cron

	if	$h_From: contains "Cron Daemon"
		save Mail/cron

	# --------------------
	# debian mailing lists

	if $h_X-Mailing-List matches "^<debian-(.*)@lists\\\\.debian\\\\.org>"
		save Mail/debian-${lc:$1}

etc. i find them much less like klingonese than procmail

DEBIAN NEWBIE TIP #41 from Colin Watson <cjw44@flatline.org.uk>
Do you need to MASSAGE A BUNCH OF FILE NAMES? There's more
than one way to skin a cat -- here are some examples of
canonicalizing file names to lower-case:
	mmv \* \#l1
	rename 'tr/A-Z/a-z/' *
	zsh -c 'for x in *; do mv "$x" "${x:l}"; done'
(The "rename" command is a standard perl script, by the way.)

Also see http://newbieDoc.sourceForge.net/ ...

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