Regex match on requester's domain?

(First off, sorry for two posts, but the topics are different enough
that I thought it better to split into two threads.)

I’m wondering if it is possible to create a group that is essentially
(in my case) *@rogueriver.blahblah so that any user with that domain can
email in and be accepted as a requestor. I can certainly use
AutoCreateFromExternalUserInfo if all else fails, but it seems like a
user/group wildcard like the above would be a more-elegant solution.

Cheers again,
Mike Ely

Attached is a perl script I run periodically from cron that
inspects all users and adds them to a certain group if
their e-mail address matches a pattern.

-ToddOn Thu, Dec 15, 2005 at 12:20:28AM -0800, Mike Ely wrote:

(First off, sorry for two posts, but the topics are different enough
that I thought it better to split into two threads.)

I’m wondering if it is possible to create a group that is essentially
(in my case) *@rogueriver.blahblah so that any user with that domain can
email in and be accepted as a requestor. I can certainly use
AutoCreateFromExternalUserInfo if all else fails, but it seems like a
user/group wildcard like the above would be a more-elegant solution.

Cheers again,
Mike Ely


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