Correct Backscatter Pattern RSS

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I think I understand this how this works so .*@domain\.local$ would be repalce by .*@meals\.local$
but my concern is we actually use server.meals.local so would the pattern be .*@server.meals\.local$

If anyone could help me out I would Appericate it

Thanks

by Derek Horton 8 years ago
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@Derek Horton: It depends on what Message ID your server generates for your outgoing emails (see http://www.vamsoft.com/vsbackscatter/readme.pdf):

[...]Now, you need to determine check your Message-ID pattern. The easiest way to do this is to send an
email outside your organization (e.g. to GMail or Hotmail) and check the email source. Outlook
shows the email headers (open the email, select View | Options). In GMail, use the Show Original
menu. You can also email us () and we will tell you what Message-ID we
received.[...]

Could you copy/paste an actual Message ID from an outgoing email, please?

by Krisztian Fekete (ORF Team) 8 years ago
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@Krisztian Fekete (ORF Team): Here is the message id:

Message-ID:

by Derek Horton 8 years ago
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@Derek Horton: According to this Message ID, the regex should be:

.*@server\.Meals\.local$

by Krisztian Fekete 8 years ago
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@Krisztian Fekete: Thank You,

I will make the change to match that

by Derek Horton 8 years ago
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