[Esa-l] what are .wsc files?

John D. Hardin jhardin at wolfenet.com
Tue Oct 17 20:19:46 PDT 2000

On Tue, 17 Oct 2000, Thomas J Pinkl wrote:

> I've recently installed the procmail-based sanitizer and I've hit
> my first bump.
> The list of poisoned files contains the pattern "*.ws[cfh]",
> which, of course, matches ".wsc" files.  Can someone tell me what
> .wsc files are?

Windows Scripting (e.g. VBscript used as a shell scripting language).

> We use a development tool that names some of its files with a .wsc
> extension.  Our developers often email these files to one another.  
> If I modify the regexp such that .wsc doesn't match, what holes am
> I opening up?

It'd be better to do the special regex just for internally generated

  * ^From:.*@hbsrx.com

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