frustrated "No match on" regular expression


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[frustrated "No match on" regular expression]
attempt to filter "dsl.[many].pacbell.net
. . .any pointers?

/etc/procmailrc
# attempt at egrep regular expression to match 
# adsl-63-199-245-128.dsl.snd g02.pacbell.net [63.199.245.128]
VERBOSE = yes
:0
* ^Received:.*dsl+\.[-a-z0-9_]+\.pacbell+\.net
{
  LOG="(PacBell DSL)  "
  :0
  /zzPacbellDSL
}  
VERBOSE = no

/var/log/procmail.log
procmail: [11390] Sat Apr 17 13:57:12 2004
procmail: No match on "^Received:*dsl+\.[-a-z0-9_]+\.pacbell+\.net"
procmail: Assigning "VERBOSE=no"
From VYYGRGPXNXV@msn.com  Sat Apr 17 13:57:12 2004
  Folder: /var/spool/mail/frank                                         1307

/var/log/maillog
Apr 17 13:57:12 mailhost sendmail[11384]: i3HHv4Q11384: from=, size=883, class=0, nrcpts=1, msgid=<200404171757.i3HHv4Q11384@mailhost.justjones.org>, proto=SMTP, daemon=MTA, relay=adsl-63-199-245-128.dsl.snd
g02.pacbell.net [63.199.245.128]
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regex(3)						     Library Functions Manual							  regex(3)

Name
       re_comp, re_exec - regular expression handler

Syntax
       char *re_comp(s)
       char *s;

       re_exec(s)
       char *s;

Description
       The  subroutine	compiles  a string into an internal form suitable for pattern matching.  The subroutine checks the argument string against
       the last string passed to

       The subroutine returns 0 if the string s was compiled successfully; otherwise a string containing an  error  message  is  returned.  If	is
       passed 0 or a null string, it returns without changing the currently compiled regular expression.

       The  subroutine returns 1 if the string s matches the last compiled regular expression, 0 if the string s failed to match the last compiled
       regular expression, and -1 if the compiled regular expression was invalid (indicating an internal error).

       The strings passed to both and may have trailing or embedded newline characters; they are terminated by	nulls.	 The  regular  expressions
       recognized are described in the manual entry for given the above difference.

Diagnostics
       The subroutine returns -1 for an internal error.

       The subroutine returns one of the following strings if an error occurs:

       No previous regular expression
       Regular expression too long
       unmatched (
       missing ]
       too many () pairs
       unmatched )

See Also
       ed(1), ex(1), egrep(1), fgrep(1), grep(1)

																	  regex(3)

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