hi envs team ;)
sorry for the last "spam" mail in the list.
i check the team list config and see a issue.. i fixed it. now it is no
longer possible for non-list-members to send messages to the list.
have a nice weekend
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while experimenting with mail.envs.net webmail, i've noticed an issue
with how the MIME header key shows up in the Sent folder.
the culprit: From nobody Mon Jan 17 06:28:28 2022
ths sample does not cause issues: From: "akspecs" <akspecs(a)envs.net>
which both aerc and mutt do correctly, which leads me to believe this is
simply due to the missing :
full sample paste with header:
this casues the aerc terminal mail client to be unable to load many
messages in the Sent folder, whether or not their MIME header key is
malformed or not. newer versions of aerc do not workaround this issue
to reproduce this issue:
1) send an email using webmail (Modoboa) on mail.envs.net
2) try viewing that sent message with aerc
deleting any messages in the Sent folder sent via webmail with the
malformed MIME header key and emptying the trash folder via the webmail
interface is not enough to actually purge those messages. i was able to
purge the messages with mutt, after which aerc loads the Sent folder
just fine, as long as other messages with a malformed header key aren't
is this an issue with Modoboa / Postfix / Dovecot / other mta
configuration? or can i configure something locally / via the webmail
interface to workaround this issue to ensure that MIME header keys
aren't malformed went sent via webmail?
the following patch was rejected to go-message which attempted to
workaround MIME header keys being malformed: