[Spambayes] RE: [spambayes-bugs] parse error - undefined boundary -
tim.one at comcast.net
Fri Feb 6 10:13:37 EST 2004
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> just wanted to let you know that I am using the latest version of
> sb_imapfilter but getting crashes due to parse errors. It would be
> nice (and possible) to make the system handle this gracefully and
> just dump the message into the unsure box (or maybe user definable).
> I am attaching a zip of a .PST file containing 12 messages that will
> each cause this problem so that you can properly evaluate it. The
> messages are Outlook messages. I assume that this the most useful way
> to get you the dodgy data....
That should <wink> have been very helpful. Alas, while the zip file did
contain a problem.pst file, problem.pst was empty (0 bytes).
> please contact me directly if you need any more info or the messages
> in a different format. I have set my prefs to NOT receive anything
> that is posted to the list so please mail me directly.
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> Hope this helps, thanks for a great product, saving
> me hours a week in any case... :-) best Bruce
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