[Mailman-Users] rare problem
Jesus.Olivan at uab.es
Fri Jun 29 09:23:26 CEST 2007
I've applied changes in my regexp like u said, thanks!
and this is the From line you requested:
=?ISO-8859-1?Q?-123456789-123456789-?= <ccmjs at cc.mynet.com>
This one comes from a mail that has not beed accepted by mailman,
although address in from is allowed by regexp in Allowed senders.
Thanks for your help.
Mark Sapiro escribió:
> Jesús Oliván wrote:
>> i'm using mailman 2.1.5 on a Solaris box, and i've got a very rare issue...
>> if i try to post a list using a non-suscribed email address, and this
>> email address is included in non-suscribers allowed senders, it accepts
>> my post... but if i use a regular expression like this
>> ^[A-Za-z0-9.\-_%]+@[A-Za-z0-9.-]*mynet.com$ and try to post using a from
>> line using more than 30 characters (from line splits in two in mail
>> header then) and an accent. Then, mailman doesn't accept this mail and
>> return it to me, although this email address is under my.net.com domain.
> First, while it is not the issue you are asking about, your regexp is
> probably more liberal than you want. I suggest something like
> to preclude matching things like
> user at xyz.aaamynet.com
> user at host.mynetxcom
> As far as your question is concerned, the sender address is retrieved
> from the From: header using Python email library methods and
> functions. If there is a bug there, we'd have to see an exact copy of
> the split From: header to check that out.
> Also, when your MUA folds the from header into multiple lines, it
> should not be folding inside the email address. If by chance, it is,
> then it is your MUA that is at fault.
> In any case, I don't understand why this would affect only a regexp
> match and not a string match. The address that is being checked is the
> same in both cases.
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