On Mon, Apr 14, 2003 at 08:53:59PM +0100, email@example.com wrote:
> > when Anomy processes "dual mode" (plain text + html) mail
> > generated by Outlook, the name "unnamed.html" is assigned to the
> > text/html MIME part, which makes it look like an attachment to
> > recipients using Outlook. Is it possible to avoid this?
> I believe that by default Outlook displays html parts with no
> content-disposition field as "inline". Check this header field in your
> emails as if you are having a problem, this is probably where it lies.
> Maybe Anomy is making content disposition "attachment" where not
No. A comparison of the two messages I included in my previous mail
clearly shows that the only relevant difference is the presence of the
"name" attribute in the Anomy-zed MIME header for the HTML part.
** original headers **
** processed headers **
Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"; name="unnamed.html"
> Equally (or more likely), Outlook is buggy in this respect.
Blaming Outlook never hurts ;-). However, putting aside Outlook for a
moment, Anomy (or its documentation) is buggy for sure, since the manual
states that setting feat_force_name = 1 will "Force all parts (except
text/html parts) to have file names" and this is simply not true.
So I think Anomy should be fixed (alas, I don't know Perl well enough)
or the docs amended.
And again, does leaving some MIME parts unnamed pose any security
-- David Santinoli, Milano + <firstname.lastname@example.org> Independent Linux/Unix consultant + http://www.santinoli.com