[Mailman-Users] Eudora 5.2.1 bug?
Paul H Byerly
paul at thcwd.com
Mon May 26 19:21:23 CEST 2003
Jon Carnes wrote:
>The list is set to hold messages that do not have the <list-name> in
>either the To: or CC: field of the message. This setting is
>configurable (in the Web-admin) for the list.
>"Implicit destination" means that the email got to the list either via a
>BCC: or through some mail-forwarding mechanism.
Thanks for all the explanations (including several off list) of the
Mailman end of this; but that was not the problem. I have done some
testing and have confirmed a Eudora bug on this. If the subject line ends
in a period (.) Eudora trashes the headers, deleting the subject, stripping
the "real name" out of the from header, and messing with the destination
header(s). If I add a white space after the period everything is fine.
It's scary the weird and unexpected things code can do.
There are 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary, and
those who don't.
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