[Question #255075]: End of body / message terminator in .txt archive?
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Sat Sep 27 16:23:24 CEST 2014
New question #255075 on mailman in Ubuntu:
I have the .gz archives for my list, which contains the single .txt file. I'm trying to determine the terminator for the body of each message?
I know the blank line after the headers marks the start of the message, but how would I know if From: is part of the body or the start of the next message?
I don't see anything in the RFC's that relate to archives.
Is this even possible with the .txt archive? Or do I have to use the .mbox format?
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