[asterisk-dev] case sensitivity with global variables

Klaus Darilion klaus.mailinglists at pernau.at
Thu Jun 17 07:06:11 CDT 2010

On 16.06.2010 21:52, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
> On 06/16/2010 02:38 PM, Tzafrir Cohen wrote:
>> How about removing duplicates?
>> Quoting procmailex(5)
>>    If  you are subscribed to several mailinglists and people cross-post to
>>    some of them, you usually receive several  duplicate  mails  (one from
>>    every  list).   The following simple recipe eliminates duplicate mails.
>>    It tells formail to keep an 8KB cache file in which it will store  the
>>    Message-IDs  of  the most recent mails you received.  Since Message-IDs
>>    are guaranteed to be unique for every new mail, they are ideally suited
>>    to  weed  out  duplicate mails.  Simply put the following recipe at the
>>    top of your rcfile, and no duplicate mail will get past it.
>>           :0 Wh: msgid.lock
>>           | formail -D 8192 msgid.cache
>> (For the record, I have no problem with such "duplicates")
> Digium's mail system already does that, and as I stated before, the
> result of this sucks. The direct reply almost always arrives first
> (since it isn't delayed by going through the list server), so it hits
> the poster's inbox. Later, the list message arrives, is seen to be a
> duplicate, and is dropped.
> This means that if the list messages are supposed to be filtered into a
> folder (as many of us do), the reply does not appear there (because the
> direct reply doesn't contain any List headers that would indicate it is
> associated with the list). When this happens to me, I have to manually
> move the message into the associated list folder, so that it will appear
> in the relevant thread. This is especially bothersome when the direct
> reply appears overnight while I'm asleep, because then I have to wait
> until I've checked the list folder to see if the message has already
> been replied to, even though it's in my inbox.

That's why my filter is:
if To or Cc contains "lists.digium.com" move to folder .....

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