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This is futher restructured compared to my points made above:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Net::POP3; use constant HOST => ""; use constant USER => "bar"; use constant PASS => "baz"; use constant MAXSIZE => 50000; sub make_rx_from_file { my $fn = shift; open my $fh, "<", $fn or warn("Can't open $fn: $!\n"), return []; chomp(my @line = <$fh>); return [ map qr/$_/, @line ]; } my @bad_word = @{make_rx_from_file "badwords"}; my %test_for = ( 'To' => { ok => make_rx_from_file "togood", }, 'Received' => { ok => make_rx_from_file "receivedgood", }, 'Content-Type' => { bad => make_rx_from_file "contentbad", }, 'Subject' => { bad => \@bad_word, }, 'X-Mailinglist' => { ok => make_rx_from_file "maillist", }, 'From' => { ok => make_rx_from_file "fromgood", bad => make_rx_from_file "frombad", }, 'Content-Transfer-Encoding:' => { bad => [ qr/base64/, ], }, 'Message-ID' => { bad => [ qr/^(?>[^<>]+)<(?>[^<>]+)\@(?>[^<>]+)>(?>[^<>]*)$/, qr/\@127\.0\.0\.1/, ] }, ); my $pop3 = Net::POP3->new(HOST) || die ("Couldn't connect to server\n" +); my $num_messages = $pop3->apop(USER, PASS) || die ("Bad username or pa +ssword\n"); my $messages = $pop3->list(); print "Number of messages: $num_messages\n"; sub MSG_BAD; sub MSG_OK; CHECK: foreach my $msg_id (keys %$messages) { my @messref; *MSG_OK = sub { print shift, "\n", map "> $_", @messref; print "Message $msg_id is ok\n\n"; local $^W; next CHECK; }; *MSG_BAD = sub { print shift, "\n", map "> $_", @messref; print "Message $msg_id is bad\n"; # uncomment the following lines for real deletes #$pop3->delete($msg_id); #print "Message $msg_id deleted\n"; print "\n"; local $^W; next CHECK; }; my $size = $pop3->list($msg_id); print "Message $msg_id ($size bytes):\n"; MSG_BAD "Size limit exceeded\n" if $size > MAXSIZE; my $in_header = 1; @messref = @{$pop3->top($msg_id, 10)}; while(defined(my $line = shift @messref)) { print "> $line"; if($in_header and $line =~ /^\s*$/) { $in_header = 0; print "Checking body\n"; next; } my @match; if($in_header) { my ($header) = grep $line =~ /^$_:/i, keys %test_for; next unless $header; my $tests = $test_for{$header}; if(exists $tests->{ok} and @{ $tests->{ok} }) { @match = grep $line =~ $_, @{ $tests->{ok} }; MSG_OK "Header $header matched: @match\n" if @match; } if(exists $tests->{bad} and @{ $tests->{bad} }) { @match = grep $line =~ $_, @{ $tests->{bad} }; MSG_BAD "Header $header matched: @match\n" if @match; } } else { @match = grep $line =~ $_, @bad_word; MSG_BAD "Bad word(s) matched in body: @match\n" if @match; } } MSG_OK "No tests triggered."; } $pop3->quit();

Makeshifts last the longest.

In reply to Re: dialup spam removal with Net::POP3 (code attached here) by Aristotle
in thread dialup spam removal with Net::POP3 by zentara

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