[Mailman-Users] Garbled headers - was: gmail marks mailman confirmation mail as spam...

Kārlis Repsons repsons at gmail.com
Sun Jun 14 19:18:06 CEST 2009

On Sunday 14 June 2009 17:12:22 you wrote:
> Mark Sapiro wrote:
> > The problem may be with the MUA that composed the mail or it may be with
> > Mailman's adding the subject_prefix. I think I'd need to see the raw
> > message as sent to the list to know for sure.
> Kārlis forwarded an email to me off list. It's salient feature is the
> subject header
> Subject: skatamies, cik ilgi google =?utf-8?q?m=C4=93=C4=A3ina?=
> =?utf-8?q?_nog=C4=81d=C4=81t?=, kad nevar...
> which is wrapped here but was all one line in the original. I have
> verified that there is a problem in the underlying Python email package
> with headers containing multiple RFC 2047 encoded words whether or not
> they are separated by non-encoded text.
> It appears the only the first encoded word is properly decoded resulting
>  in garbled headers in the archive and digests and in messages too if
> the subject is prefixed. I will follow up when I know more.
Thank you for your interest, I'll be waiting.

Kārlis Repsons
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