Introduction to regex filters

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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby chantoine Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:00 pm

rusticdog wrote:
I've got 4 emails currently in my Inbox that shows this but it seems to be working so far, that said, I'm on a slightly different version than you.

There is a possible issue if the UTF8 encoding goes across multiple lines that breaks oddly, so I'll keep watching as they arrive.


Hello,

I too can't get filters to work when i have some french accentuated characters (ex. "é" "è" "à") in the string tested (object field).

HTH
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby rusticdog Mon Aug 30, 2010 1:00 am

chantoine wrote:Hello,

I too can't get filters to work when i have some french accentuated characters (ex. "é" "è" "à") in the string tested (object field).

HTH



OK, we'll get that fixed up.
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby guakamole Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:35 am

The filters also don't seem to support Cyrillic characters... Just have run several tests, with negative results :(
As well as plain text filters...
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby chantoine Sat Sep 04, 2010 6:24 pm

rusticdog wrote:
chantoine wrote:Hello,

I too can't get filters to work when i have some french accentuated characters (ex. "é" "è" "à") in the string tested (object field).

HTH


OK, we'll get that fixed up.


Is that fix planned for the release next week ?

This bug is very embarrassing for me : many of my mails have some accentuated characters in the object field...

Have a good WE and hoping everything if fine despite the earthquake !
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby rusticdog Mon Sep 06, 2010 10:10 pm

chantoine wrote:Is that fix planned for the release next week ?

This bug is very embarrassing for me : many of my mails have some accentuated characters in the object field...

Have a good WE and hoping everything if fine despite the earthquake !


yes, we'll be doing our best to make sure this is included in the next release
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby chantoine Mon Sep 06, 2010 11:16 pm

Thanks :D
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby chantoine Sun Oct 17, 2010 1:26 am

rusticdog wrote:
chantoine wrote:Is that fix planned for the release next week ?

This bug is very embarrassing for me : many of my mails have some accentuated characters in the object field...

Have a good WE and hoping everything if fine despite the earthquake !


yes, we'll be doing our best to make sure this is included in the next release


Hello,

Juste downloaded 1.0.35 and the accentuated characters bug is still present :|

What is your correction planning ?

Thanks !
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby racker Sun Oct 17, 2010 3:48 am

As long as this is not solved, you could work around this issue by ommitting the accented character. I've achieved this by splitting a filter in two lines, one controling the part of a word before an accented character, and another one for the last part. In my example I filter on the word "métaphore" .. and it works! (for me)! :)

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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby chantoine Sun Oct 17, 2010 4:57 am

Thanks,

This workaround can't work for me, because it's not about controlling a word containing an accentuated character, but controlling an expression with none (accentuated character) while such a character is present (for example in the object field) : in this case regex filter just don't work.

Thanks anyway !
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby rusticdog Tue Oct 19, 2010 9:16 pm

chantoine wrote:Hello,

Juste downloaded 1.0.35 and the accentuated characters bug is still present :|

What is your correction planning ?

Thanks !


Ok we'll take another look. We'd made a correction for one of the examples we had, but must have missed this.
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby chantoine Thu Nov 11, 2010 6:54 pm

rusticdog wrote:
chantoine wrote:Hello,

Juste downloaded 1.0.35 and the accentuated characters bug is still present :|

What is your correction planning ?

Thanks !


Ok we'll take another look. We'd made a correction for one of the examples we had, but must have missed this.


Just downloaded 1.0.40 and no correction with this bug !

Sorry, but for any user language with accentuated character, this is very annoying :-(
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby stan_qaz Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:09 pm

1.0.40 is newer that the beta testers have, can't help you there.
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby chantoine Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:20 pm

stan_qaz wrote:1.0.40 is newer that the beta testers have, can't help you there.


Funny ! Why was i able to download it ?

Note : same behavior with 1.0.39 8)
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby Pierre Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:24 pm

Type in 'Mailwasher 1.0.40' into Google and you get a lot of hits. Please do not trust these downloads :thumbsdown :thumbsdown :thumbsdown - the latest release is 1.0.35!!!! Only down load from the Firetrust website.
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Re: Introduction to regex filters

Postby stan_qaz Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:30 pm

I see 39 as the latest beta but don't see 40 anywhere on the beta forum or on the main Firetrust site.

I don't even see your user listed as a beta forum member...

If you are grabbing random files off the web, well good luck!

1.0.35 is the latest version supported here until one of the Firetrust folks posts something newer.
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