On 2000-11-02, 12:38:10 (+0100), Kim Johnny Mathisen wrote:
> I'll get one user to send you an example. We don't use Outlook Express
> ourselves. We don't scan email twice anymore, so the files get mangled
> BEFORE it is scanned for viruses.
I found the problem, thanks for the sample. The offending header
looked like this:
In my test, this resulted in a filename with a .pp__t extension,
caused by the newline/tab combination when the header was split
between lines. This is something I should obviously fix. :)
The problem where the underscore is converted into a space is a
little more subtle, and has to do with how I decode quoted-printable
in message headers, but I think I know how to fix it too. This is
just one of many little details to do with RFC compliance of the
sanitizer that need work. I'll try and bang together a fixed version
of the sanitizer sometime within the next few days and share it with
Thanks for the feedback!
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