Table: System patterns describes the system patterns that you can use to map your data source file columns to Symantec Messaging Gateway.
Table: System patterns
Credit Card number
5369 7777 8888 9999
MasterCard: Any 16-digit number that begins with 5 and whose second digit is a number from 1 to 5, separated into four groups of four by spaces or hyphens.
4567 1234 5678 9123
VISA: Any 16-digit number that begins with 4 and separated into four groups of four digits that are separated by a space or hyphen, or any 12-digit number that begins with 4.
3442 456789 12345
3758 456789 12345
American Express: Any 15-digit number that begins with 34 or 37 and separated into three groups of 4, 6, and 5 digits, respectively, by spaces or hyphens.
3056 123456 7890
3667 123456 7890
3878 123456 7890
Diners Club card: Any 15-digit number that begins with 30, 36, or 38 and separated into three groups of 4, 6, and 5 digits, respectively, by spaces or hyphens.
6011 1234 5678 9012
Discover card: Any 16-digit number that begins with 6011 and separated into groups of 4 by spaces or hyphens.
2014 123456 78901
Enroute card: Any 15-digit number that begins with 2014 or 2149 separated into groups of 4, 6, and 5 by spaces or hyphens.
3123 4567 8901 1234
JCB: Any 16-digit number that is separated into four groups of four by a space or hyphen and begins with 3; or any 15-digit number that begins with 2131 or 1800 and is followed by 11 digits.
Any alphanumeric string, that is divided by an underscore (_), hyphen (-), or period, followed by the @ sign and an alphanumeric string, a period, and one of the domain-name extensions listed.
Symantec Messaging Gateway cannot validate top-level domains of two letters, where one or both letters are uppercase. It does, however, validate uppercase three-letter domains. For example, it does not validate firstname.lastname@example.org.UK or email@example.com.Nz. However, Symantec Messaging Gateway validates mister_smith @senate.GOV.
Any grouping of four-digit numbers that start with three 1-, 2-, or 3-digit numbers less than 256 separated by periods.
A CIDR address range can be indicated by a 1- or a 2-digit number from 0 to 32 inclusive and separated from the initial IP address by a forward slash.
Symantec Messaging Gateway does not parse any terminal characters other than a 1- or 2-digit numeral that is preceded by a forward slash. Thus, 10.113.14.10a is not interpreted as a valid IP address.
Symantec Messaging Gateway recognizes European-style numbers, where the comma serves as decimal point and periods separate groups of three digits. Fractions must be preceded by a numeral, including zero (0) if necessary, and expressed as a decimal.
Although numbers 8 digits or smaller with commas are supported, Symantec recommends that you use tab- or pipe-delimited data-source text files that contain numbers using commas. The use of the tab or pipe delimiters avoids the possibility that commas in numbers are mistaken as field delimiters.
Numbers that are larger than eight digits are interpreted as of type WORD.
Symantec Messaging Gateway recognizes European-style numbers, where the comma serves as decimal point and periods separate groups of three digits. Fractions of a percent must be preceded by a numeral, including zero (0) if necessary, and expressed as a decimal. Only the numbers that are adjacent to the percent sign (%) (no space) are regarded as valid percentages.
The following patterns do not produce a match:
(238) 832 5555
1 - (238) 8325555
1 - (238) 832-5555
1 - (238) 832 5555
Any 10-digit phone number beginning with 2-9 and/or preceded by 1 followed by a hyphen or a space-hyphen-space. The 3-digit area code can be enclosed in parentheses or not, followed by a space, hyphen, or period and the 7-digit number grouped into 3 and 4 digits that are separated by a space, hyphen or period or not separated at all.
US ZIP code
Any 5-digit ZIP code or combination of 5-digit code plus 4-digit extension that are separated by a hyphen.
777 77 7777
Any 9-digit number, either continuous or separated into 3 groups of 3, 2, and 4 digits that are separated by a hyphen or space. The first group of three digits cannot be 000. The second number group must be greater than or equal to one, and the last number group must be greater than zero.