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Bugzilla ever checked?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DaveG, Mar 19, 2005.

  1. DaveG

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    Bugs get handled based on the # of people that are affected, report the issue. That bug has no votes so it is on the bottom of the list.
     
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    Anybody who uses CPanel filters would be impacted by this bug. What is the best way to rally more support for the issue?
     
  4. DaveG

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    Just today I received over ten spam messages. If Cpanel's "TO" filters also looked at the ENVELOPE TO" filters, then the issue would be solved.

    For those that use a default address on their domain (also maybe known as a CATCH ALL), how do you deal with email that is not addressed to a TO address, but the ENVELOPE TO address?
     
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    When you go to add a new filter, do so as follows:

    Filter [Any header] that [matches regex] [your regex]
    Destination [your destination]

    As long as you set the regex correctly, you will be able to filter based on any value of any individual header.

    Bear in mind that you will need a good knowledge of both how email headers are formatted and how to form regular expressions.
     
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