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From Norman Maurer ...@byteaction.de>
Subject Re: Change in policy to for JAMES to violate RFCs
Date Wed, 04 Oct 2006 07:25:40 GMT
J├╝rgen Hoffmann schrieb:
> Hi Noel,
>
> Noel J. Bergman schrieb:
>>
>>> And another Handler, which allows common Bendings of the RFC.
>>
>> Can you elaborate?  Would this be the handler with switches to do 
>> things like fix bogus addresses that lack brackets?
>>
>
> yes, this would be the handler that accepts those common violations to 
> the RFC. Starting with the missing brackets. Others will probably 
> follow. We ourselves have problems that some Backup Reporting bla 
> program sends malformed messages, which passed through qmail nicely 
> but are rejected by james. Norman has more information on why the Mail 
> is rejected.

Moi ? Just jokin.. It is "corrupted" caused by a missing Content-Transfer
>
> Another question I have is, why are you against an example inside the 
> configuration file, which is commented out by default?
>
> I as a Systems Administrator always like well documented Configuration 
> Files over Well Documentation. Although good Documentation is a MUST, 
> I learn how to use the software by reading the config file first.
>
> But in the End I have nothing against leaving the configuration 
> comment out of the config file. I was just curious.
>
> Kind regards
>
> Juergen Hoffmann
>

We could also ship 2 config files. One which is simple and only do 
neccessary stuff and one complex with many examples etc.

bye
Norman



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