[Mailman-Developers] broken mbox?
Mon, 11 Oct 1999 19:22:56 -0600
On Mon, Oct 11, 1999 at 03:59:35PM -0400, Corbett J. Klempay wrote:
To answer your second question first, a '>' is often inserted before a bare
'From ' in position 0 to prevent it from being mistaken for the beginning
of a new message. See:
From here on out.
From my point of view.
From what I've heard.
As far as the mailbox class, it expects a from line to match the following
_fromlinepattern = r"From \s*[^\s]+\s+\w\w\w\s+\w\w\w\s+\d?\d\s+" \
Your line above doesn't (it's looking for
"From something Mon Oct 11 19:21:12 MDT 1999" (where the "MDT" part is
optional). That's your problem.
According to the docs for mailbox, you can override the _fromlinepattern
regex, or the entire _isrealfromline() method if you wish.
That should take care of it.
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