spamfilter in unreal 3.2.3

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finkoisti
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spamfilter in unreal 3.2.3

Post by finkoisti » Mon Apr 04, 2005 7:21 am

Need help with that, want to ban user with nick or realname if it included 3 or more numbers..but how to do that?
Now it seems that the spamfilter doesn't work at all...

spamfilter {
regex "^[0-9]{3,}!~[0-9]{3,}@.+:[0-9]{3,}$";
target { user; };
reason "Loser";
action block;
};

thats the one way I have try it...dosn't work, so how to do it??

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Post by finkoisti » Mon Apr 04, 2005 11:45 am

Now I have try many other ways also, but can't get it work..
if I use ex. regex "a[0-9]{3,7}a";

it will ban correctly nicks whit starts a and ends a and between those have 3 to 7 numbers.

but how to change it to ban if nick goes like this

1-3letters3-7numbers1-3letters

Don't know how to add those....

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Post by finkoisti » Mon Apr 04, 2005 12:33 pm

found the solution, it seems to be working now.

regex "[a-zA-Z]+[0-9]{3,7}[a-zA-Z]*!.*@.*:.*";

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Post by Stealth » Mon Apr 04, 2005 6:52 pm

finkoisti wrote:regex "[a-zA-Z]+[0-9]{3,7}[a-zA-Z]*!.*@.*:.*";
Here are a few tips... You dont need to have all the .* stuff if there isn't anything you are trying to match at the ends. Unreal spamfilters aren't case-sensitive by default, so you don't need to tell it about the other case. Also, instead of [0-9] you can just use \d, which is the same thing. So you just need

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^[a-z]+\d{3,7}[a-z]*!
Notice I also added the ^ at the beginning, which tells it the string must start with [a-z].

Enjoy! :)

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