[Mailman-Users] weird (occasional) random discards
mailman at veggiechinese.net
Sat Aug 19 03:02:56 CEST 2006
On Fri, Aug 18, 2006 at 05:45:42PM -0700, William Yardley wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 18, 2006 at 07:27:59PM -0500, Dan Phillips wrote:
> > On Aug 18, 2006, at 7:25 PM, William Yardley wrote:
> [ CCing the list too, in case it's useful to anyone)
> > > Any ideas?
> > Do you have content filtering set to remove html? If the message was
> > a single part text/html and html is stripped, the result is an empty
> > shell, which mailman discards.
> Yes I do, though I don't have Mailman configured to remove attachments,
> and the message had both a text/plain part and some image attachments.
> 3 `-><no description> [multipa/related, 7bit, 50K]
> 4 |-><no description> [multipa/alternativ, 7bit, 15K]
> 5 | |-><no description> [text/plain, 7bit, us-ascii, 2.2K]
> 6 | `-><no description> [text/html, quoted, us-ascii, 13K]
> 7 |->image001.jpg [image/jpeg, base64, 3.8K]
> 8 |->image002.jpg [image/jpeg, base64, 3.7K]
> 9 |->image003.jpg [image/jpeg, base64, 3.3K]
> 10 |->image004.jpg [image/jpeg, base64, 10K]
> 11 |->image005.jpg [image/jpeg, base64, 3.6K]
> 12 |->image006.jpg [image/jpeg, base64, 2.5K]
> 13 `->image007.jpg [image/jpeg, base64, 6.1K]
I have the list set to discard attachments not matching the following
The message itself has its content-type set to "multipart/related". I
wouldn't think that the message itself would count as an attachment, but
I added that - hopefully that will help (for sure, disabling all content
filtering fixed the problem).
Mailman is v2.1.5 on RHEL, if it matters.
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