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regex filter for certain time of day only

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by pjrey, Mar 8, 2016.

  1. pjrey

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    i need help setting up a simple regex expression to catch and filter all emails received from 5am to 1am

    can someone help me?
    thanks a bunch
    pj
     
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    can someone please just tell me what the expression is. i have fumbled around for hours... i just need someone to tell me. that would be great. thank you now
    pj
     
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    You may receive more feedback to this type of questions on the Exim-Users mailing list linked in my previous response. Custom regular expression rules are not generally offered on our forums.

    Thank you.
     
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    wow, that website is dead (the mailing list portion).... i will give it a try.. i am shocked i have not received any helpful hints anywhere regarding this issue.. should be so simple for someone who does this kinda thing.. .man
     
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