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[bug-anubis] processing SMTP commands

From: Federico Guerrini
Subject: [bug-anubis] processing SMTP commands
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 12:03:50 +0200
User-agent: KMail/1.5.4

Hello all,

I'm running Anubis 3.9.93 on Slackware Linux 9.1.
I cannot get it to process SMTP commands with rules such as:
if command["mail from"] some regex
        ...do something...

This is my .anubisrc rule section  


add header[X-ProcessedBy] "Anubis"
if header[Subject] :perlre ".*<address@hidden>?"
        add header[X-Comment] "Header rule OK"
if command["mail from"] :perlre ".*<address@hidden>?"
        add header[X-Comment] "Mail from rule OK"

First, I add an X-ProcessedBy header to every message, to be sure that Anubis 
processed them.
Then I add an X-Comment header to every message with subject 
"address@hidden". I know this makes little sense. I just wanted to be 
sure that the next rule did not fail due to a non-matching regex.
The third rule should add another X-Comment header if the MUA issues a "mail 
from: address@hidden" when sending the message; at least, this is what 
should happen, in my understanding.
In fact, if I manually send a message to anubis (by doing a telnet 
myanubishost 24), issue a "mail from: address@hidden" command and then 
compose a message with subject "address@hidden", only the first two 
rules are applied. This means that the regex matches the address, but the 
third rule is not applied.....

Any idea why?

Thank you very much.


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