Ok,

I've bypassed/hacked MIMEStream on line 1849 as follows;

        while ($rh =~ s/(\012(MIME-Version:|Content-T|Content-D)[^\012]*(\012([ \t]+|\S+\=)[^\012]*)*)//si)

Which reintroduces "Content-ID" (albeit probably other potentially unwanted stuff too) and clarified the multipart problem.

Although the send email sends;

Content-type: alternative/related; type="multipart/alternative ...

The code appears to pick up on the multipart/alternative and rewrite as;

Content-type: alternative/alternative; type="multipart/alternative ...

This certainly beaks Evolution and Netscape clients under Linux....

I'm afraid my Perl's not good enough to do either issue justice... anyone?

Regards,
Gareth.



On Mon, 2003-06-09 at 11:14, Gareth Bult wrote:
Hi,

I've just had to switch Anomy off on my server as it's doing something I'm not expecting.

(a)    It appears to be rewriting "multipart/related" as "multipart/alternative" in the main section
(b)    It's losing the "Content-ID" tag from some attachments

I've attached the same email with/without Anomy filtering....

Any ideas?

(Using postfix, latest version and Anomy 1.6)

Regards,
Gareth.


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