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Filter (Addresses filtering)

The operation checks the availability of indicated sub-strings in the file with list. Several sub-strings could be indicated:

info@
support@
postmaster@
@gov*.org
@fbi.*
*.edu

Simultaneously the match to the pointed mask is made. While setting the masks you use "*" and "?" metasymboles. "*" stands for any sub-string (including an empty one) and "?" is for any single symbol.
E.g. a*@b??.com matches to a@bcc.com, acc@bcc.com, and doesn't match to a@bc.com.
Several masks could be set.

"Division type" field defines the addresses that should be included in the output file "A".

    1. A-full matches, B-others: the strings that comply with the list of all files will be included to the "A" file, all other strings - to the "B" file.
    2. A-non matches, B-others: the strings that doesn't comply with the list of all files will be included to the "A" file, all other strings - to the "B" file.

Thus, if you need to get a list that complies with at least one mask the required file will be presented by "B" file like in second case mentioned above.



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