OK, I sent you the working document.
Just to clarify, this is on 1.33. I haven't had any reports of this
particular test failing on 1.32, but then again I didn't try it myself.
Will turning off feat_forwards stop this from happening? I'd rather have
the sanitizer running on some of the mail than on none at all.
From: Bjarni R. Einarsson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2000 11:35 AM
To: Sean Walberg
Subject: Re: [anomy-bugs]: sanitizer 1.33
On 2000-12-14, 11:26:06 (-0600), Sean Walberg wrote:
> I installed 1.33 as an upgrade to 1.32. (Thanks again for your work on
> project... it's saved our lives more than once. Trying to get the
> to pay for it, but we're a hospital :( )
Interesting how many hospitals are using this thing.
> If I send an email to my home account with a .pdf it goes through fine.
> I bounce it back, I can read it. However, if I forward it, I get
Yup, the forwarding code needs some debugging still. Could you forward
a message like that to my personal (unfiltered) account, firstname.lastname@example.org,
so I can take at the unsanitized headers? That should suffice to
reproduce the problem.
Then again - if you are reporting a bug you encountered *before*
upgrading, then perhaps maybe I just finished fixing it? I ask, because
this looks almost exactly like the bug I was trying to fix with rev.
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