Sieve writes an empty line in headers for reject/vacation
ken at oceana.com
Sat Jul 19 14:51:42 EDT 2003
Bernhard Erdmann wrote:
>> I'm not convinced that this is being caused by Cyrus. Here a snippit
>> of the code which produces the vacation response. As you can see,
>> there is no extra CRLF after the Message-ID (or before Date).
>> t = time(NULL);
>> p = getpid();
>> snprintf(outmsgid, sizeof(outmsgid), "<cmu-sieve-%d-%d-%d@%s>",
>> (int) p, (int) t, global_outgoing_count++, config_servername);
>> fprintf(sm, "Message-ID: %s\r\n", outmsgid);
>> rfc822date_gen(datestr, sizeof(datestr), t);
>> fprintf(sm, "Date: %s\r\n", datestr);
> Hi Ken,
> if datestr should begin with crlf or if outmsgid should end with crlf,
> there would be the possibility of an extra blank line.
It doesn't matter if datestr starts with CRLF, since "Date:" is in front
of it. outmsgid clearly ends with ">".
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