Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of docs/0.6/tab0/tree2


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Jan 31, 2011, 12:40:08 AM (12 years ago)
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Regular expression for all remaining addresses

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    1616<p>Virtual Identity can handle complex <strong>regular expressions</strong> when filtering. To use regular expressions enclose a properly formatted regular expression in slashes ('/') and make it a filter. The filter <strong>'/@example.com$/'</strong> will match all and, only those email addresses, which are from the domain example.com.</p>
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    18 <p>If you are using a regular expression, you might even define if the filter should exclude the matching results. Just add an '-' sign in front of the expression, like <strong>'-/@unwanted.com$/'</strong> and all addresses matching this filter will be <strong>removed from the possible headers</strong> list. Just add all remaining addresses in a next filter step and you are done.</p>
     18<p>If you are using a regular expression, you might even define if the filter should exclude the matching results. Just add an '-' sign in front of the expression, like <strong>'-/@unwanted.com$/'</strong> and all addresses matching this filter will be <strong>removed from the possible headers</strong> list. Just add all remaining addresses in a next filter step and you are done. In general this is: '/@/'</p>
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