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Forum: How To
 Topic: Regex for removing email footers
Regex for removing email footers [message #186941] Thu, 30 July 2015 17:22
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I apologize that I don't know how to write regex searches. I'm not sure what I want to do is quite possible.

The bottoms of the email on our mailing list contain this:

National Committee Discussion Forum:
//secure.gpus.org/secure/intranet/forum-mybb/forumdisplay.php?fid=2

To communicate with other National Committee members, visit:
//secure.gpus.org/secure/intranet/forum-mybb/


If your state delegation changes, please see:
gp.org/procedures-for-changing-delegates

To report violations of listserv protocol, write to forummanagers(at)lists(dot)gp-us(dot)org

For other information about the National Committee, see:
gp.org/national-committee

To see archives of the prior listserv, go to six.pairlist.net/mailman/private/natlcomvotes/ and use your password to log in.


(Links removed beacause I'm not allowed to post them) I would like FUD to remove all of that if I can. I thought there might be some way to express "start with these words and end with these words and replace them all with null". But I don't know how. The things I've tried just replace the whole message body with nothing. I also tried what I thought would be the equivalent of "find a line that starts with this + a line that starts with this + ... and replace with null". Is there a way to accomplish what I'm after?
 Topic: Match mailing list users with forum accounts
Match mailing list users with forum accounts [message #186940] Thu, 30 July 2015 16:04
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Our mailing list is set to use the same From for every email and CC the user who actually sent it. Tikiwiki is able to scrape the sender out of the emails somehow, but it can't do the regex stripping that FUD can do. Can FUD do the user matching?



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