While configuring JEMH, we encountered the following problem:
We have an Inbound Mail Account *.*.*@gmail.com.
This throws the following error/exception:
When we use the same E-Mail as a test case, there is no error.
Do I have to fill in the jemhAddresseeRegexps field and handle the "*.*.*@gmail.com*?
The expression you have is a broken regexp. In Regexp, dot '.' means any character, star '*' means any number of the preceding character. to match anything use (without quotes) .*@gmail.com
Supplying a catchemail address (specific) and/or a regular expressions helps JEMH identify the 'inbox' mail addresses, so they can be filtered from storage and related notifications. Without this, JEMH will start notifying your mailbox by considering at an email only user...
He might actually want to ensure that there are at least two dots in it, in which case ".*\..*\..*@gmail.com" would get you there. But the basic idea of this answer, that the field takes a formal regular expression as opposed to simple filename-style wildcard globbing looks correct to me.
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