problem solved then! that's the first time i hear of this mail client
issue, will keep it in mind when we exchange such exotic code.
i have the powergrep manual on my desk now for reference,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Eugeny.Sattler@R... wrote:
> Hi Frank,
> > hi eugeny,
> > when i deleted the part between <...>, it did work:
> > probably < and > are not recognized by xenu?
> Funny. I had no intention to put "<" or ">" into my regexp.
> Neither wanted I to put the second https://
> I think they got there due to my mailserver auto-converting my
> outgoing email from plain text into HTML
> Wherever my mailserver sees "http://something" in outgoing email
> converts it into <A href = "http://something"> http://something
> That is undesired behaviour but I can not convince my sysadmin to
> Now I send this message another way so it should not appear again.
> So what I suggested was
> which is what you got after "correction".
> Presence or lack of question mark in regex ending [^'"]+?)['"] does
> not change the final match. It just influences the way regex engine
> reaches final match. You know where to read about it in detal...
> It is here
> After downloading and installing this you will found PowerGREP.pdf
> on you hard drive. Open its content page and jump to "Regular
> This is an excellent manual on regular expressions - much (~10
> than a famous book "Mastering Regular Expressions" by J. Friedl yet
> easier to understand and covering every aspect of regex syntax you
> know, without rocket sience complications.
> I always test my new regexes in PowerGREP before applying them in
> applications / programming languages.