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fdm.conf [2010/12/09 08:34] (Version actuelle)
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 +<​code>​
 +### fdm configuration
 +### vim:​ft=config:​fdm=marker
 +###
 +### All in one replacement for {get,​fetch}mail and procmail.
 +### <​http://​fdm.sf.net>​
 +###
 +### Frank Terbeck <​ft@bewatermyfriend.org>​
 +### <​http://​ft.bewatermyfriend.org/​comp/​data/​fdm/​fdm.conf.html>​
 +### Last-Modified:​ Mon Jul 27 22:29:20 2009
 +###
  
 +###########################################################################​
 +
 +### The following strings are replaced in pipe commands and
 +### maildir/​mbox paths:
 +###   %a: account name
 +###   %h: user's home directory
 +###   %n: user's uid
 +###   %t: action name if performing action
 +###   %u: name of user
 +###   %H: current hour (00-23)
 +###   %M: current minute (00-59)
 +###   %S: current second (00-59)
 +###   %d: current day of the month (00-31)
 +###   %m: current month (01-12)
 +###   %y: current year
 +###   %W: current day of the week (0-6, Sunday is 0)
 +###   %Y: current day of the year (000-365)
 +###   %Q: current quarter (1-4)
 +
 +###########################################################################​
 +### Some macros used below.
 +
 +### where I keep my mail
 +    $path       = "​%h/​Mail"​
 +
 +### where I keep my config files
 +    $cfgdir ​    = "​%h/​etc/​fdm"​
 +
 +### location of killfile
 +    $killfile ​  = "​%h/​etc/​mailnews/​killfile"​
 +
 +### spam filter commands
 +    $com_spam_filter ​  = "​bogofilter -p -e -u"
 +    $com_train_good ​   = "​bogofilter -p -e -n"
 +    $com_train_spam ​   = "​bogofilter -p -e -s"
 +    $com_untrain_good ​ = "​bogofilter -p -e -S"
 +    $com_untrain_spam ​ = "​bogofilter -p -e -N"
 +
 +### some filters use these unix commands:
 +    $com_sed ​       = "​sed"​
 +    $com_awk ​       = "​awk"​
 +    $com_perl ​      = "​perl"​
 +
 +### spam header expressions
 +    $header_spam ​   = "​X-JunkFilter"​
 +    $header_trained = "​X-JunkFilterTrained"​
 +    $filtered_spam ​ = "​SPAM"​
 +    $filtered_good ​ = "​GOOD"​
 +    $filtered_unsure= "​UNSURE"​
 +    $filter_trained = " TRAINED"​
 +
 +### if do_catchall is "​yes",​ all incoming mail will be saved
 +### to ${catchall_mbox};​ useful for testing (so nothing gets lost).
 +    $do_catchall ​   = "nope, thank you."
 +    $catchall_mbox ​ = "​%h/​catchall.mbox"​
 +
 +### this is used by my archive action.
 +### Mails older than this (in days) are moved to the archive.
 +    %max_age ​   = 30
 +
 +### zblog <​http://​zblog.bewatermyfriend.org>​
 +    $com_zblog ​ = "​%h/​bin/​zblog"​
 +
 +### print from headers (Sender, From, From:, Reply-To:)
 +### used for killfiling.
 +    $com_pfh = "​${com_awk} '/​^(From|From:​|Reply-To:​|Sender)/​{sub(/​[^ \\t]*[ \\t]*/,​\"​\",​$0);​print};/​^\$/​{exit 0}'"​
 +
 +### list of headers I don't want.
 +    $ill_headers = "​("​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-Qmail-Scanner.*|X-SA-Exim.*|X-CR-.*|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-MIME-.*|X-Authentication-.*|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-Mailman-.*|X-Spam-.*|X-MimeOLE|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-Msmail-.*|X-Priority|X-MS-.*|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}Thread-Topic|Thread-Index|X-imss-.*|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-OriginalArrivalTime|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-Face|DKIM-Signature|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-IronPort-.*|DomainKey-Signature|"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers}X-Rc-.*|Authentication-Results"​
 +    $ill_headers = "​${ill_headers})"​
 +
 +### perl script that filters out unwanted headers
 +    $com_filter_headers = "​${com_perl} -e '​\$k=\$e=0;​while(<>​){if(\$e||m/​^$/​){\$e=1;​print;​next;​}"​
 +    $com_filter_headers = "​${com_filter_headers}if(m/​^[ \\t]+/&&​\$k){next;​}if(m/​^${ill_headers}:/​i)"​
 +    $com_filter_headers = "​${com_filter_headers}{\$k=1;​next;​}if(\$k){\$k=0;​}print;​}'"​
 +
 +###########################################################################​
 +
 +### This is used to set the maximum size of a mail. Mails larger than
 +### this limit are dropped and, if applicable, not deleted from the
 +### server.
 +    set maximum-size 128M
 +
 +### If this option is specified, fdm(1) attempts to delete messages
 +### which exceed maximum-size,​ and continue.If it is not specified,
 +### oversize messages are a fatal error and cause fdm(1) to abort.
 +   #set delete-oversized
 +
 +### If this option is specified, fdm(1) does not attempt to create a
 +### lock file and allows multiple instances to run simultaneously.
 +   #set allow-multiple
 +
 +### This sets an alternative lock file. The default is ~/.fdm.lock
 +### for non-root users and /​var/​db/​fdm.lock for root.
 +    set lock-file "​${cfgdir}/​fdm.lock"​
 +
 +### This specifies the locks to be used for mbox locking. ​ Possible
 +### types are fcntl, flock, and dotlock. The flock and fcntl types
 +### are mutually exclusive. The default is flock.
 +   #set lock-types "​flock"​
 +
 +### This sets the default user to change to before delivering mail,
 +### if fdmis running as root and no alternative user is specified as
 +### part of the action or rule.
 +   #set default-user "​hawk"​
 +
 +
 +### This specifies the domains to be used when looking for users with
 +### the from-headers keyword. The default is the computer'​s hostname.
 +   #set domain "​bewatermyfriend.org"​
 +
 +### This allows the headers to be examined when looking for users to
 +### be set. The default is to look only at the "​From"​ and "​Cc"​
 +### headers. The headers are case-insensitive.
 +   #set header
 +
 +### This instructs fdm to proxy all connections through url. HTTP
 +### and SOCKS5 proxies are supported at present (URLs of the form
 +### http://​host[:​port] or socks://​[user:​pass@]host[:​port]).
 +### No authentication is supported for HTTP.
 +   #set proxy
 +
 +### This option controls what fdm does with mail that reaches the
 +### end of the ruleset (mail that matches no rules or matches only
 +### rules with the continue keyword). drop will cause such mail to
 +### be discarded, and keep will attempt to leave the mail on the
 +### server. ​ The default is to keep the mail and log a warning that
 +### it reached the end of the ruleset.
 +    set unmatched-mail keep
 +
 +### This option makes fdm attempt to purge deleted mail from the
 +### server (if supported) after count mails have been retrieved.
 +    set purge-after none
 +
 +### If set, fdm will not insert a '​Received'​ header into each mail.
 +   #set no-received
 +
 +### This specifies the umask(2) to use when creating files. '​user'​
 +### means to use the umask set when fdm is started, or umask may be
 +### specified as a three-digit octal number.
 +    set file-umask 077
 +
 +### This option allows the default group ownership of files and
 +### directories created by fdm(1) to be specified. '​group'​ may be a
 +### group name string or a numeric gid. '​user'​ does nothing.
 +    set file-group user
 +
 +### This controls the maximum time to wait for a server to send data
 +### before closing a connection. The default is 900 seconds.
 +    set timeout 900
 +
 +### Instructs fdm to verify SSL certificates for all SSL connections.
 +    set verify-certificates
 +
 +    set queue-high 1
 +
 +###########################################################################​
 +
 +### include account information from seperate file.
 +### it contains lines that look like this:
 +### account "​name"​ server pop3 "​pop3.serv.tld"​ user "​uname"​ pass "​pwd"​
 +    include "​${cfgdir}/​accounts.conf"​
 +
 +###########################################################################​
 +
 +### simple actions
 +    action "​drop"​ drop
 +    action "​keep"​ keep
 +
 +### zblog
 +    action "​zblog"​ pipe "​${com_zblog} email"
 +    action "​zcomm"​ pipe "​${com_zblog} commentmode"​
 +
 +### killfiling
 +    action "​killfile"​ maildir "​${path}/​Trash"​
 +
 +### a mailbox to rule them all
 +    action "​catchall"​ mbox "​${catchall_mbox}"​
 +
 +### spam actions
 +    action "​spam" ​                ​maildir ​      "​${path}/​Spam"​
 +    action "​spam-unsure" ​         maildir ​      "​${path}/​Spam-unsure"​
 +    action "​spam-filter" ​         rewrite ​      "​${com_spam_filter}"​
 +    action "​train-spam" ​          ​rewrite ​      "​${com_train_spam}"​
 +    action "​train-good" ​          ​rewrite ​      "​${com_train_good}"​
 +    action "​untrain-spam" ​        ​rewrite ​      "​${com_untrain_spam}"​
 +    action "​untrain-good" ​        ​rewrite ​      "​${com_untrain_good}"​
 +    action "​remove-spam-header" ​  ​remove-header "​${header_spam}"​
 +    action "​add-trained-good" ​    ​add-header ​   "​${header_trained}"​ "​${filtered_good}${filter_trained}"​
 +    action "​add-trained-spam" ​    ​add-header ​   "​${header_trained}"​ "​${filtered_spam}${filter_trained}"​
 +
 +### action for adding Lines: headers
 +### Current CVS versions can do this themselves.
 +    action "​add-lines-header"​ add-header "​Lines"​ "​%[body_lines]"​
 +
 +### action to remove unneeded headers
 +    action "​remove-ill-headers"​ rewrite "​${com_filter_headers}"​
 +
 +### mark as read in maildirs. this requires /bin/sh to be somewhat POSIXly
 +### correct. ash, ksh, bash etc. will do; older bourne shells (like /bin/sh
 +### on OpenSolaris) will not. You'll need to use {base,​dir}name with these.
 +    action "​maildir-mark-as-read"​ exec "​mf=\"​%[mail_file]\"​ ; mv \"​\${mf}\"​ \"​\${mf%%/​*}\"/​../​cur/​\"​\${mf##​*/​}:​2,​S\""​
 +
 +### archiving action
 +    action "​archive" ​           mbox "​${path}/​archive/​%[maildir]-%yq%Q"​ compress
 +    action "​mbox-mark-as-read" ​ add-header "​Status"​ value "​RO"​
 +
 +### handle mailinglists
 +
 +### path actions
 +#{{{
 +    action "​inbox" ​                         maildir "​${path}/​Inbox"​
 +    action "​debian-announce" ​               maildir "​${path}/​debian-announce"​
 +    action "​debian-boot" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​debian-boot"​
 +    action "​debian-bsd" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-bsd"​
 +    action "​debian-curiosa" ​                ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-curiosa"​
 +    action "​debian-devel" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-devel"​
 +    action "​debian-devel-announce" ​         maildir "​${path}/​debian-devel-announce"​
 +    action "​debian-legal" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-legal"​
 +    action "​debian-infrastructure-announce"​ maildir "​${path}/​debian-infrastructure-announce"​
 +    action "​debian-mentors" ​                ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-mentors"​
 +    action "​debian-news-german" ​            ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-news-german"​
 +    action "​debian-outbox" ​                 maildir "​${path}/​debian-outbox"​
 +    action "​debian-perl" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​debian-perl"​
 +    action "​debian-policy" ​                 maildir "​${path}/​debian-policy"​
 +    action "​debian-project" ​                ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-project"​
 +    action "​debian-pts" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-pts"​
 +    action "​debian-publicity" ​              ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-publicity"​
 +    action "​debian-release" ​                ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-release"​
 +    action "​debian-security" ​               maildir "​${path}/​debian-security"​
 +    action "​debian-user" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​debian-user"​
 +    action "​debian-vote" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​debian-vote"​
 +    action "​debian-women" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​debian-women"​
 +    action "​openbsd-announce" ​              ​maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-announce"​
 +    action "​openbsd-ipv6" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-ipv6"​
 +    action "​openbsd-misc" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-misc"​
 +    action "​openbsd-ports" ​                 maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-ports"​
 +    action "​openbsd-ports-bugs" ​            ​maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-ports-bugs"​
 +    action "​openbsd-ports-security" ​        ​maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-ports-security"​
 +    action "​openbsd-security-announce" ​     maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-security-announce"​
 +    action "​openbsd-tech" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-tech"​
 +    action "​openbsd-www" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-www"​
 +    action "​openbsd-x11" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​openbsd-x11"​
 +    action "​perl-beginners" ​                ​maildir "​${path}/​perl-beginners"​
 +    action "​perl-unicode" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​perl-unicode"​
 +    action "​perl-xs" ​                       maildir "​${path}/​perl-xs"​
 +    action "​mutt-dev" ​                      ​maildir "​${path}/​mutt-dev"​
 +    action "​mutt-ot" ​                       maildir "​${path}/​mutt-ot"​
 +    action "​mutt-users" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​mutt-users"​
 +    action "​fdm-users" ​                     maildir "​${path}/​fdm-users"​
 +    action "​tmux-users" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​tmux-users"​
 +    action "​fvwm" ​                          ​maildir "​${path}/​fvwm"​
 +    action "​fvwm-workers" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​fvwm-workers"​
 +    action "​geda-user" ​                     maildir "​${path}/​geda-user"​
 +    action "​git" ​                           maildir "​${path}/​git"​
 +    action "​grml" ​                          ​maildir "​${path}/​grml"​
 +    action "​grml-devel" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​grml-devel"​
 +    action "​taipan-mua" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​taipan-mua"​
 +    action "​zsh-users" ​                     maildir "​${path}/​zsh-users"​
 +    action "​zsh-workers" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​zsh-workers"​
 +    action "​cmus-devel" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​cmus-devel"​
 +    action "​libetpan-devel" ​                ​maildir "​${path}/​libetpan-devel"​
 +    action "​libetpan-users" ​                ​maildir "​${path}/​libetpan-users"​
 +    action "​leafnode" ​                      ​maildir "​${path}/​leafnode"​
 +    action "​remind-fans" ​                   maildir "​${path}/​remind-fans"​
 +    action "​screen-users" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​screen-users"​
 +    action "​slrn-users" ​                    ​maildir "​${path}/​slrn-users"​
 +    action "​tuhs" ​                          ​maildir "​${path}/​tuhs"​
 +    action "​vim-users" ​                     maildir "​${path}/​vim-users"​
 +    action "​linux-kernel" ​                  ​maildir "​${path}/​linux-kernel"​
 +    action "​bugtraq" ​                       maildir "​${path}/​bugtraq"​
 +    action "​full-disclosure" ​               maildir "​${path}/​full-disclosure"​
 +    action "​pen-test" ​                      ​maildir "​${path}/​pen-test"​
 +    action "​schopppe" ​                      ​maildir "​${path}/​schopppe"​
 +    action "​xmms2" ​                         maildir "​${path}/​xmms2"​
 +#}}}
 +
 +### rewrite actions (some mailinglist add tags to their subjects...)
 +### '​1,/​^$/​...'​ only rewrites lines in the mail _headers_.
 +#{{{
 +    action "​strip-full-disclosure" ​ rewrite "​${com_sed} '​1,/​^$/​s/​^\\(Subject:​.*\\)\\[Full-disclosure\\] /​\\1/'"​
 +    action "​strip-remind-fans" ​     rewrite "​${com_sed} '​1,/​^$/​s/​^\\(Subject:​.*\\)\\[Remind-Fans\\] /​\\1/'"​
 +    action "​strip-fvwm" ​            ​rewrite "​${com_sed} '​1,/​^$/​s/​^\\(Subject:​\\) FVWM:/​\\1/'"​
 +    action "​strip-grml" ​            ​rewrite "​${com_sed} '​1,/​^$/​s/​^\\(Subject:​.*\\)\\[Grml\\] /​\\1/'"​
 +    action "​strip-leafnode" ​        ​rewrite "​${com_sed} '​1,/​^$/​s/​^\\(Subject:​.*\\)\\[leafnode-list\\] /​\\1/'"​
 +    action "​strip-tuhs" ​            ​rewrite "​${com_sed} '​1,/​^$/​s/​^\\(Subject:​.*\\)\\[TUHS\\] /​\\1/'"​
 +#}}}
 +
 +###########################################################################​
 +
 +### accounts for spam-training
 +###   ​-asp-train-spam
 +###     ​trains the message from stdin as spam;
 +###     moves the mail to the appropriate folder
 +###   ​-asp-train-good
 +###     ​trains the message from stdin as ham;
 +###     ​continues with normal rules to sort the message
 +###     to the folder it belongs to.
 +    account "​train-spam"​ disabled stdin
 +    account "​train-good"​ disabled stdin
 +
 +### sometimes you want to test new things by providing mails on stdin
 +    account "​stdin"​ disabled stdin
 +
 +###########################################################################​
 +
 +### Automatic archiving.
 +### This is a nice idea, I shamelessly stole from NicM's config.
 +###   Mail is kept in Maildirs for 30 days. After that it is
 +###   ​automatically moved to compressed mboxes, which in turn
 +###   may by periodically removed (by cron for examples, or
 +###   by hand). This (again) uses an account that is disabled,
 +###   so it can be explicitly called by '​-aarchive'​.
 +    account "​archive"​ disabled maildirs {
 +#{{{
 +      "​${path}/​Inbox"​
 +      "​${path}/​cmus-devel"​
 +      "​${path}/​debian-*"​
 +      "​${path}/​fdm-users"​
 +      "​${path}/​full-disclosure"​
 +      "​${path}/​fvwm*"​
 +      "​${path}/​geda-user"​
 +      "​${path}/​grml*"​
 +      "​${path}/​perl*"​
 +      "​${path}/​git"​
 +      "​${path}/​leafnode"​
 +      "​${path}/​linux-*"​
 +      "​${path}/​mutt-*"​
 +      "​${path}/​openbsd-*"​
 +      "​${path}/​remind-fans"​
 +      "​${path}/​screen-users"​
 +      "​${path}/​slrn-users"​
 +      "​${path}/​tmux-users"​
 +      "​${path}/​tuhs"​
 +      "​${path}/​vim-users"​
 +      "​${path}/​xmms2"​
 +      "​${path}/​zsh-*"​
 +#}}}
 +    }
 +    match account "​archive"​ and age > %{max_age} days actions {
 +        "​mbox-mark-as-read"​
 +        "​archive"​
 +    }
 +    match account "​archive"​ action "​keep"​
 +
 +###########################################################################​
 +
 +### handle mail
 +
 +### do catchall as early as possible.
 +    match string "​${do_catchall}"​ to "​^yes$"​ action "​catchall"​ continue
 +
 +      ########## zblog messages ##########
 +### mails to blog -at- bewatermyfriend -dot- org are meant for zblog.
 +    match account "​blog" ​     action "​zblog"​
 +    match account "​comments" ​ action "​zcomm"​
 +
 +      ########## killfiling ##########
 +### killfiling on From, From:, Reply-To: and Sender headers
 +### If your killfile is rather large, this will slow down fdm
 +### considerably. So do this only on people that really disturb you.
 +    match pipe "​${com_pfh} | grep -Eqif ${killfile}"​ returns ( 0, )
 +      actions { "​killfile"​ "​maildir-mark-as-read"​ }
 +
 +      ########## spam handling ##########
 +### force message from stdin to spamfolder and train it as spam
 +    match account "​train-spam"​ {
 +      match "​^${header_spam}"​ in headers action "​untrain-good"​ continue
 +      match all action "​remove-spam-header"​ continue
 +      match all action "​train-spam"​ continue
 +      match "​^${header_spam}:​[ \t]*${filtered_spam}"​ in headers action "​spam"​
 +      match all action "​train-spam"​ continue
 +      match "​^${header_spam}:​[ \t]*${filtered_spam}"​ in headers action "​spam"​
 +      match all action "​train-spam"​ continue
 +      match "​^${header_spam}:​[ \t]*${filtered_spam}"​ in headers action "​spam"​
 +      match all action "​train-spam"​ continue
 +      match "​^${header_spam}:​[ \t]*${filtered_spam}"​ in headers action "​spam"​
 +      match all action "​train-spam"​ continue
 +      match all action "​spam"​
 +    }
 +
 +### train message from stdin as ham
 +    match account "​train-good"​ {
 +      match "​^${header_spam}:​ ${filtered_good}"​ in headers action "​untrain-spam"​ continue
 +      match all action "​remove-spam-header"​ continue
 +      match all action "​train-good"​ continue
 +   }
 +
 +### scan for spam
 +    match not "​^${header_spam}"​ in headers action "​spam-filter"​ continue
 +
 +### move messages marked as spam to spamfolder
 +    match "​^${header_spam}:​[ \t]*${filtered_spam}" ​   in headers action "​spam"​
 +    match "​^${header_spam}:​[ \t]*${filtered_unsure}" ​ in headers action "​spam-unsure"​
 +
 +      ########## modifying headers ##########
 +### add Lines: header if it is missing.
 +    match not "​^Lines:"​ in headers action "​add-lines-header"​ continue
 +
 +### remove headers I don't care about
 +    match "​^${ill_headers}:"​ in headers action "​remove-ill-headers"​ continue
 +
 +      ########## sorting ##########
 +### debian- mailinglists and pts
 +    match "​^List-Id:​[ \t]*<​debian-(security)-announce\\.lists\\.debian\\.org"​ in headers action "​debian-%1"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​[ \t]*<​debian-([a-z-]*)\\.lists\\.debian\\.org"​ in headers action "​debian-%1"​
 +    match "​^X-PTS-Package:​.*[a-z].*"​ in headers action "​debian-pts"​
 +
 +### openbsd- mailinglists
 +    match "​^Sender:​[ \t]*owner-([a-z-]*)@openbsd\\.org"​ in headers action "​openbsd-%1"​
 +
 +### grml mailinglists
 +    match "​^List-Post:​[ \t]*<​mailto:​grml(.*)@mur\\.at"​ in headers {
 +      match string "​%1"​ to "​^$"​ action "​strip-grml"​ continue
 +      match string "​%1"​ to "​.*announce"​ action "​inbox"​
 +      match all action "​grml%1"​
 +    }
 +
 +### zsh- mailinglists
 +    match "​^Mailing-List:​.*zsh-([a-z]*)-help@"​ in headers {
 +      match string "​%1"​ to "​announce"​ action "​inbox"​
 +      match all action "​zsh-%1"​
 +    }
 +
 +### perl related mailinglists
 +    match "​^List-Id:​[ \t]*<​([a-z]*)\\.perl\\.org"​ in headers action "​perl-%1"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​[ \t]*<​perl-([a-z]*)\\.perl\\.org"​ in headers action "​perl-%1"​
 +
 +### mutt- mailinglists
 +    match "​^List-Post:​.*<​mailto:​mutt-([a-z]*)@mutt\\.org"​ in headers {
 +      match string "​%1"​ to "​announce"​ action "​inbox"​
 +      match all action "​mutt-%1"​
 +    }
 +
 +### fvwm mailinglists
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*fvwm(.*)\\.(fvwm\\.org|lists\\.math\\.uh\\.edu)"​ in headers {
 +      match string "​%1"​ to "​announce"​ action "​inbox"​
 +      match string "​%1"​ to "​^$"​ action "​strip-fvwm"​ continue
 +      match all action "​fvwm%1"​
 +    }
 +
 +### libetpan lists
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*libetpan(-[a-zA-Z0-9]*)\\.lists\\.sourceforge\\.net"​ in headers {
 +      match all action "​libetpan%1"​
 +    }
 +
 +### other mailinglists
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*taipan-mua\\.googlegroups\\.com"​ in headers action "​taipan-mua"​
 +    match "​^List-Post:​.*bugtraq@securityfocus\\.com"​ in headers action "​bugtraq"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*cmus-devel\\.lists\\.sourceforge\\.net"​ in headers action "​cmus-devel"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*fdm-users\\.lists\\.sourceforge\\.net"​ in headers action "​fdm-users"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*tmux-users\\.lists\\.sourceforge\\.net"​ in headers action "​tmux-users"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*full-disclosure\\.lists\\.grok\\.org\\.uk"​ in headers actions { "​strip-full-disclosure"​ "​full-disclosure"​ }
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*leafnode-list\\.dt\\.e-technik\\.uni-dortmund\\.de"​ in headers actions { "​strip-leafnode"​ "​leafnode"​ }
 +    match "​^X-Mailing-List:​.*linux-kernel@vger\\.kernel\\.org"​ in headers action "​linux-kernel"​
 +    match "​^X-Mailing-List:​.*git@vger\\.kernel\\.org"​ in headers action "​git"​
 +    match "​^List-Post:​.*pen-test@securityfocus\\.com"​ in headers action "​pen-test"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*remind-fans\\.lists\\.whatexit\\.org"​ in headers actions { "​strip-remind-fans"​ "​remind-fans"​ }
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*schopppe\\.de"​ in headers action "​schopppe"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*screen-users\\.gnu\\.org"​ in headers action "​screen-users"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*slrn-user\\.lists\\.sourceforge\\.net"​ in headers action "​slrn-users"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*Unix Heritage.*tuhs\\.minnie\\.tuhs\\.org"​ in headers actions { "​strip-tuhs"​ "​tuhs"​ }
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*vim_use\\.googlegroups\\.com"​ in headers action "​vim-users"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*XMMS2 development list" in headers action "​xmms2"​
 +    match "​^List-Id:​.*gEDA user mailing list" in headers action "​geda-user"​
 +
 +### match the rest
 +    match all action "​inbox"​
 +</​code>​
fdm.conf.txt · Dernière modification: 2010/12/09 08:34 par Thomas
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