[Mailman-Users] Is it OK to unshunt "bad" messages?

Sebastian Hagedorn Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de
Fri Apr 25 15:39:47 CEST 2008


I just noticed a message in the "bad" directory. I looked at it with 
show_qfiles and it looked harmless. Probably it was broken WRT its MIME 
encoding, but it wasn't a virus or anything. On a whim I ran unshunt on the 
"bad" directory and the message was then delivered to the list.

Basically I'm curious why Mailman didn't consider the message "bad" that 
time around. Is unshunt-processing somehow different from normal processing?

Thank, Sebastian
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