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    • Thomas Roessler's avatar
      1b13fee5
    • Wouter Verheijen's avatar
      Bug #571 "mutt should not replicate ">From " headers while bounding", · 62af7029
      Wouter Verheijen authored
      has a patch attached.
      Will that patch get in?
      
      Although these lines are not generated by mutt, I would strongly
      suggest
      to prevent it, because by boucing a mail the MUA should ensure
      that the message header is according to the specification.
      A ">From " line is not, because of the spaces before a colon.
      
      Because this has such serious consequences (totally unreadable mail)
      when a MTA interpretes this line as the beginning of the body (not
      unreasonable), I think Mutt should prevent sending this invalid
      headerline.
      
      Because the other patch to the bugreport is not really correct IMHO
      (because the fieldnames are not limited to alphanumeric chars, RFC2822
      3.6.8), I propose another one.
      
      This patch also appends Resent-* to the header, instead of
      prepending it. The Resent-Message-Id is however still appended,
      because I could not find it; is it added by the MTA instead of by
      Mutt?
      62af7029
  5. 17 Apr, 2002 1 commit
  6. 07 Apr, 2002 1 commit
    • Brendan Cully's avatar
      The attached patch cleans up some bugs in switching IMAP mailboxes: · 34ea072e
      Brendan Cully authored
      * free current flags on mailbox close
      * reset reopen state
      * don't parse the same untagged SELECT response for multiple options
      * call mx_update_context after reading the whole mailbox, not after
        each message
      * reset new mail flag if mail arrives in the middle of opening the
        mailbox. This should close 1139
      
      939 is most likely unaffected. I discovered these problems while
      investigating 939.
      34ea072e
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