[Spambayes] Re: imapfilter mangling headers!
T.A.Meyer at massey.ac.nz
Sun Apr 20 22:04:59 EDT 2003
> > Pd = parsedate(message_date)
> ^^ "pd"
That's stupid Outlook thinking it knows how to fix my spelling.
> > print pd
> > md = mktime(pd)
> ^^^^^^ "time.mktime"
That's stupid me, thinking I had imported that... ;)
> File "imapfilter.py", line 180, in extractTime
> md = time.mktime(pd)
> TypeError: argument must be 9-item sequence, not None
Well, it seems that it's the call to parsedate that's returning None.
I'll check in a fix, since it's easy enough, but it's strange. The date
header must not be in the correct (RFC822) format.
> >>> import imaplib
> >>> imap = imaplib.IMAP4("mail.example.com")
> >>> imap.login("username", "password")
> ('OK', ['completed'])
> >>> imap.select()
> ('OK', ['5282'])
> >>> imap.fetch("1:1", "(INTERNALDATE)")
> ('OK', ['1 (INTERNALDATE "11-Mar-2003 18:37:56 +0000")'])
> >>> imap.logout()
> ('BYE', ['CommuniGate Pro IMAP closing connection'])
What's odd is that it's finding the INTERNALDATE, so it should be using
that, and not extractTime at all. I'll look into this, but it might be
tomorrow before I get to it.
> No problem; I just wish I could get you an account so you
> could try this stuff yourself.
:) I do test on the two imap servers I have - one is Courier and one is
Netmail. Even with just these two there are notable differences.
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