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Regular Expression Details

Title Test Find Pattern Title
Expression
.*[Oo0][Ee][Mm].*
Description
Spam Stopper
Matches
OEM | 0em
Non-Matches
na
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Alanski Perryman
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Title: Not upset...
Name: Steven Smith
Date: 1/9/2004 7:06:06 AM
Comment:
Not upset, just not sure how this would have much impact on spam. I don't think much of the crap I get has 'oem' in it...


Title: Oh, I see...
Name: Darren Neimke
Date: 1/9/2004 6:14:21 AM
Comment:
> Sorry if i've upset anyone Nah, you certainly didn't upset me, I just looked at the pattern and thought... "What tha?" Why didn't you just add all of the patterns together and "Or" them with the pipe (|) metacharacter? Was there a reason for that?


Title: This is part of a series which catch spammer flocks
Name: alanski
Date: 1/9/2004 4:25:34 AM
Comment:
This is part of a series which catch spammer flocks, I didn't post it to be clever it's used with others as a way of tracking junk. It's part of a series that together rids (my) mailbox of over 50% of the junk. If you use a propper client like kmail you'll find it has the ability to scan your mail with regex - i've also used them in a perl script on my mailbox too. Sorry if i've upset anyone, I thought the purpose of this site was to be useful to people and after all this type of thing is perfect for new-comers to regex to experiment with.


Title: I'm inclined to agree
Name: Darren Neimke
Date: 1/8/2004 4:51:36 PM
Comment:
How and when would you possibly use this pattern to stop spam?


Title: Sir
Name: Johan
Date: 1/8/2004 10:55:22 AM
Comment:
really poor...


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