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    Posted: 14 February 2012 at 11:12am
That's a good suggestion.  As someone who has not written RegEx for this program before...and for that matter is 10 years from my last RegEx in any program...would you be so kind as to craft this for me?  I'd really appreciate it.

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I would suggest writing a regex keyword that matches exactly [the office place: somemoretext]
If you include the colon, the space following the colon, and require that there be at least one more text string after the space, that should make for specific enough keyword that it would be accurate.
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Hello!

I've got a couple of folks receiving a lot of spam being sent through PHP mailers.  Its not being blocked from RDNS, or the MAPS or SURBL servers, or the SPF Fail, or SFDB fail.  The subject is not always consistent, and I hesitate to block anything with our company (The Office Place) in the subject as that runs the potential of being legit.  Anyone have any ideas how I might block these?  I'd appreciate your suggestions Smile!

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