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From Stefano Bagnara <apa...@bago.org>
Subject Re: A problem with uuencoded attachments
Date Thu, 28 Aug 2008 17:06:46 GMT
Vance, Trevor K. ha scritto:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Stefano Bagnara [mailto:apache@bago.org] 
>> Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2008 1:58 AM
>> To: James Users List
>> Subject: Re: RE: A problem with uuencoded attachments
>> If the smtp server is only used to relay a message the 
>> specification say that the MTA should not alter/parse the 
>> content but simply add the Received header on top.
>> In this case every mailer should simply ignore headers/body 
>> and deliver the message unchanged.
>> In case you insert any manipulation mailet or any 
>> transformation in the chain the the mail have to be parsed 
>> and malformations can be interpreted differently from 
>> different servers.
>> make sure the separator between header and body is CRLFCRLF 
>> and not LFLF or CRCR or anything different.
>> Stefano
> Stefano,
> Thanks for your comments.  I'm confident that there is a CRLFCRLF
> between header and body when the mail is being sent.
> If I send the mail to James, the uuencoded attachment comes through as
> plain text.
> 	begin 644 test.txt
> 	(#0IT97-T#0H
> 	`
> 	end
> If I send the mail to another SMTP server, the uuencoded attachment
> comes through properly.

As I explained above what another SMTP server do is not useful in 
understanding the issue.

> Therefore... I believe that my James config is not quite right.

We need the mail and the config to understand this.


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