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Email Filter With Procmail: Filter Received-Headers By IP-Range

Posted 07-12-2021 at 03:02 PM by Michael Uplawski
Updated Yesterday at 09:46 AM by Michael Uplawski (missing words and letters ... this no good, wrong words, too. Even worze.)

A styled version of this text in French: http://www.uplawski.eu/articles/Linu..._Procmail.html
EDIT (27/09/2021): write positive test results to the procmail log-file

Introduction
I have not found much insight on the Web about the feasibility of an idea that I have had many years ago, but then had forgotten for a while:
Filter email by Received-header, if the IP-address in this header belongs to a specific range of IP-addresses.
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Handwritten Web-Pages

Posted 02-13-2021 at 05:28 AM by Michael Uplawski
Updated 05-17-2021 at 04:07 PM by Michael Uplawski (Link to a published document)

I have a dream...

My hand-writing suffers from not doing any. For some years already I try to compensate by forcing me to use a fountain pen, whenever possible. I even try to find new occasions to use it. The fountain pen obliges me to concentrate and to obey. My texts are more readable, since, but the process is too slow and cumbersome. I still cannot write whole documents without having to admit that some words are unintelligible and the whole result is rather ugly.

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Validate OOXML

Posted 12-11-2020 at 10:27 AM by Michael Uplawski
Updated 12-15-2020 at 12:05 AM by Michael Uplawski (moved one paragraph, cosmetics, threads linked.)



Validate OOXML

Ensure the standard-conformance of OOXML-documents created from scratch.
See also the two Threads concerning this topic: A styled version of this document: http://www.uplawski.eu/articles/Linu...ate_ooxml.html
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Transform HTML to LQ markup or -down

Posted 10-13-2018 at 05:37 AM by Michael Uplawski
Updated 11-10-2018 at 12:32 AM by Michael Uplawski

Again, I have written a XSL stylesheet.

This time, it serves me to facilitate writing posts and blog entries, here on LinuxQuestions.org, by transforming HTML to the markdown-syntax supported by LQ.

Taken the html-version of a man-page, like for HTML2Index, which is generated automatically alongside the other file-formats (PDF and man), I can call an xsltprocessor, like xsltproc with the new stylesheet and get a text-version of the HTML-page, ready to be copied&pasted...
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File Type: txt html2lq.xsl.txt (4.9 KB, 8 views)
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(OOXML/XSL) Write man-pages in a modern text-processor

Posted 09-08-2018 at 12:56 AM by Michael Uplawski
Updated 09-08-2018 at 05:54 AM by Michael Uplawski (Corrections. Style sheet improved.)

On the topic of writing man-pages as reStructuredText, see also simple-write-man-pages-docutils-and-tweaks (in this blog).
Introduction
In short, I have written an XSL-stylesheet to transform the XML-code from an OOXML document (M$ WordŽ format docx or SoftMakerŽ's tmdx) into a reStructuredText file.

The current edition produces enough formatting for a man-page, although some enhancements should allow the inclusion of tables.
Text-Processor Templates
In the original OOXML
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