[Spambayes] RE: [spambayes-dev] sb_mboxtrain.py trashes some pine
mailboxes interpreting them as only one message
market at cc.wwu.edu
Tue Jan 4 07:51:55 CET 2005
Yes, that sounds like it. I don't speak python, but a patch would be
appreciated. It appears to die at a hex value of 7F7F in the message.
I tried to test by replacing those with something else, but don't have a tool
to do it with... Know of a search and replace for hex? Or a perl
expression that will do it?
Are you there Skip?
On Tue, 4 Jan 2005, Tony Meyer wrote:
> > sb_mboxtrain.py trashes some pine
> > mailboxes interpreting them as only one message
> > Then leaving only the first message behind.
> > Is this a known problem?
> > It appears that this happens when an older form of email is in the
> > folder that might not have the appropriate headers.
> > like this:
> > > ^?^? (Fwd) Re: (Fwd) Re: Relationships Gone Sour: Divorce?
> > >
> > > From @uga.cc.uga.edu:owner-crm-l at EMUVM1.CC.EMORY.EDU T
> This sounds like:
> [ 741250 ] mboxtrain can truncate your mailbox
> (Although I don't use sb_mboxtrain, so can't be sure).
> If you agree, then you could either create a patch for this yourself, or add
> a comment to the tracker encouraging Skip to do so (since he indicated (some
> time ago) that he might).
> Please always include the list (spambayes at python.org) in your replies
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