[Bug 233990] Re: Thunderbird's mdn (receipt) message may contain 822bis-violating bare lf which is rejected by Qmail
hggdh2 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 14 23:36:46 UTC 2009
Some pout-pourri on previous comments:
> There should *never* be a bare linefeed in SMTP transmission.
> Hence, if there is one, it *must* be a bug.
I do not remember stating anything else. And, yes, I do know the
requirements in the RFCs.
> It's *only* the developer's concern *where *that bare lf is.
Pretty much all that *tried* to work with you are -- gasp! --
developers. Still, you threw them all away.
> If I meet a dev like the one I just left, he may find questions to ask me.
> Questions he only knows.
Indeed. Since now I know I am not a developer, I guess I should not try
to ask you any questions. Even those that only I know.
> As ma previous answer looks very ugly on site, I stored the html
> version html_answer.eml.
Oh, you finally noticed, good. I thought, until now, that I was the only
one (and, probably, indeed, was).
Now, back to business.
I did send an email with a MDN request to André, and -- guess what? -- I
got my MDN. As I very much expected, by the way. I was already
suspecting the UTF-8 encoding in the headers (of André's name) as the
cause but, unfortunately, André was unable to understand it.
So now we know where it happens, and how to workaround the issue
meanwhile. I will even go ahead and test it on TB3, just for grins.
Thunderbird's mdn (receipt) message may contain 822bis-violating bare lf which is rejected by Qmail
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