[Mailman-Users] unparseable message

Barry Finkel b19141 at anl.gov
Fri Apr 25 17:09:32 CEST 2008

Mark Sapiro replied to one of my postings:

>Mailman (actually the Python email package) doesn,t like the fact that
>there is no intervening empty line between the terminating boundary of
>the message/rfc822 part and the terminating boundary of the outer
>Quoting from section 5.1.1 of RFC 2045
>  The boundary may be followed by zero or more characters of linear
>  whitespace. It is then terminated by either another CRLF and the
>  header fields for the next part, or by two CRLFs, in which case
>  there are no header fields for the next part.

For the record (i.e., anyone who looks in the archives), the RFC is
2046.  This DSN message is being generated by our Ironport anti-spam
appliance, so we will report this to Ironport.
Barry S. Finkel
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