At 01:26 PM 2003-08-13 +1000, you wrote: >I'm not going to say that Steve knows nothing. That's certainly not true. >However he has no standing whatsoever in the real security community. Certain personality tend to attract attention: Dave Winer, Steve Gibson and so on. Love'em or hate'em they're here. I've believe that when we start discussing people instead of anything web related, that tips are owed. Not only that, my mother would chide me to "be nice". <tip type="Eudora Mail Agent" author="Frank Marion"> Did you know that you can use regular expressions in Eudora's filters? Go to Tools -> Filters -> "header [field] contains [select menu] attribute [field]" Choose the select menu and look at the bottom for "Matches regexp" or "Matches regexp (case insensitive)" </tip> <tip type="Eudora Mail Agent" author="Frank Marion"> You know that you can use regular expressions in Eudora's filters? But did you know that they use "irregular"* ways of doing things? Don Fong took the long time to create a document that explains the various differences. http://www.dfong.com/eudora/regexp.html * I did _not_ use the word "sucks". </tip> <tip type="Eudora Mail Agent" author="Frank Marion"> You know that you can use regular expressions in Eudora's filters. You know that you can find their "unique" style explained here. http://www.dfong.com/eudora/regexp.html So why won't it work? Ooops. The filter works on the source code of the message, not what you see displayed. If you right-click on a message (windows) or control-click (Mac) in a message BODY you will see "view source". This only applies to RECIEVED message. </tip> -- Frank Marion lists at frankmarion.com Keep the signal high.