refusing bad mail based on headers?
wcooley at nakedape.cc
Sun Nov 13 00:37:07 EST 2005
On Sat, 2005-11-12 at 22:32 -0500, Bill Kearney wrote:
> Is there a way to a) have cyrus clean up the headers or b) ignore then and
> perhaps somehow flag them for later clean up?
If you've identified the offending header, you could delete it with:
$ sed -i.bak -e '/^X-Message-Status/d' mailbox
Run that on each of the failing mailboxes. First, however, you should
grep for the header with a line or two of trailing context (grep -A 2 -E
'^X-Message-Status') and verify that the none of them are longer than a
Wil Cooley wcooley at nakedape.cc
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