[Mailman-Users] testing attachment-move custom handler
sylvain at opensource-expert.com
Mon Jun 2 11:41:02 CEST 2014
We have done some tests. Thanks people testing it.
Le 01/06/2014 11:38, Sylvain Viart a écrit :
> I'm looking for beta tester for my custom Handler.
Hosting in done in France and could be slow to reach from foreign countries.
I've updated the code and the doc
The remaining problems:
=> content encoding.
If you send an email encoded in us-ascii it is rewritten in utf-8 to
handle the text footer.
For some unknown reason (to me) the part are now base64 encoded (may be
due to multi-byte characters).
Is it a bad thing for spam detection that the content is base64?
Or should I let it that way.
I've disabled the use of the borrowed calculate_attachments_dir(mlist,
msg, msgdata) function. As it creates unique name but only for a single
message. Attachment are now stored locally on a dedicated folder
'attachments-moved' next to 'attachments' used by Scrubber.py.
This ensure unique filename on the remote storage.
Of course it introduces storage and inode fillup…
=> Is there some cron or scheduled code available?
There's a crontab.in an also one installed by the debian package.
=> About translation of the footer, what is the procedure?
I found a huge:
I don't know if I will manage to write a human bearable procedure to
install translation as well…
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