CommandByMail - How to modify the seperator?

Hello

I’d like to modify the colon that seperates the command from the value (command:value) to somewhat less common (e.g. ]~] ).

Is this possible? And if so, where do I’ve to define the new seperator/string?

Kind regards
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I’d like to modify the colon that seperates the command from the value (command:value) to somewhat less common (e.g. ]~] ).
Is this possible? And if so, where do I’ve to define the new seperator/string?

Look for pseudoheaders in the code and you’ll find the regular
expressions responsible.

You know you can limit the module to executing for a single group,
right? This may cut down on false positives. CommandByMailGroup

-kevin

I’d like to modify the colon that seperates the command from the value
(command:value) to somewhat less common (e.g. ]~] ).
Is this possible? And if so, where do I’ve to define the new
seperator/string?

Look for pseudoheaders in the code and you’ll find the regular
expressions responsible.

I feared that response :wink:

You know you can limit the module to executing for a single group,
right? This may cut down on false positives. CommandByMailGroup

Well, because I stick to the things that the Debian/stable repository has to offer, I’m stuck with rt3.6. Or does CommandByMailGroup work for 3.6 as well?
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I’d like to modify the colon that seperates the command from the value
(command:value) to somewhat less common (e.g. ]~] ).
Is this possible? And if so, where do I’ve to define the new
seperator/string?

Look for pseudoheaders in the code and you’ll find the regular
expressions responsible.

I feared that response :wink:

You know you can limit the module to executing for a single group,
right? This may cut down on false positives. CommandByMailGroup

Well, because I stick to the things that the Debian/stable repository has to offer, I’m stuck with rt3.6. Or does CommandByMailGroup work for 3.6 as well?

CommandByMailGroup is a feature of the CommandByMail extension, not
core RT. You’ll need to figure out what version of the extension
you’re running to tell if you have it.

-kevin

I’d like to modify the colon that seperates the command from the
value

(command:value) to somewhat less common (e.g. ]~] ).

Is this possible? And if so, where do I’ve to define the new
seperator/string?

Look for pseudoheaders in the code and you’ll find the regular
expressions responsible.

I feared that response :wink:

You know you can limit the module to executing for a single group,
right? This may cut down on false positives. CommandByMailGroup

Well, because I stick to the things that the Debian/stable repository
has to offer, I’m stuck with rt3.6. Or does CommandByMailGroup work for 3.6
as well?

CommandByMailGroup is a feature of the CommandByMail extension, not
core RT. You’ll need to figure out what version of the extension
you’re running to tell if you have it.

Oh, I see… than thanks for the quick answers.

And thanks for this fine piece of OSS!

Eesti

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