Your old calls will still work, but with deprecation warnings. Encoding/decoding MIME::Latin1 deprecated, and 8-to-7 mapping removed. In response to demand for more-comprehensive file-output strategies, I have decided that the best thing to do is to split all the file-output logic (output_path(), evil_filename(), etc.) into its own separate It explains a little more precisely what the ramifications are. http://back2cloud.com/parser-error/parser-error-nmtoken-expected-in-attlist-enumeration.php
Removed escaping of underscore in regexps. Underscores were not being handled properly. We're okay with that now when we extract the header. Version 4.114 (1998/02/12) Gzip64-encoding has been improved, and turned off as a default, since it depends on having gzip installed.
Then the following error occurs: --snip-- Aug 23 08:48:55 arwen postfix/lmtp: 09A7C78B25: to=
Bradfute for reporting this. Antonioli for suggesting this. Way way way overdue. See MIME::Entity for the interface.
MIME::Body::InCore is now used when you build() an entity with the Data parameter, instead of MIME::Body::Scalar. It seems that the underlying filehandles were not being closed when the FileHandle objects went out of scope! Here there be dragons. http://mailing.unix.amavis-user.narkive.com/DIUaDooC/amavis-user-bad-header-warning-mime-parser-error Download ABC News for iPhone here or ABC News for Android here.Don't want emails?
Thanks to Kurt Freytag for suggesting this feature. Parser is more tolerant of weird EOL termination. This has been fixed. D'OH!
I don't remember exactly, but I think I did not. http://osdir.com/ml/mail.virus.amavis.user/2002-10/msg00148.html A jump in the major version means I've made big changes which might not be backwards-compatible, so beware, and read the log! Since I could not "resume" the upgrade process, I needed to revert the system from my backup.Every hint how I can solve my start issue is greatly appreciated!Andreas Last edited by Generally this kind of violations of standards, and different MUAs responding differently to it, is a standing problem with most antivirus checkers.
There were a lot of requests for this feature. http://back2cloud.com/parser-error/parser-error-asp-net-4.php Thanks to Jason L. Postfix can do some MIME checks if enabled). Thanks to David Dyck for bringing this to my attention.
Added t/*.t files for testing. It should be easier for you to see what's happening. Long-overdue. this contact form Version 4.109 (1998/01/10) Overall Major version shift to 4.x accompanies numerous structural changes, and the deletion of some long-deprecated code.
A bad regexp for parameter names was causing some parameters to be parsed incorrectly; this has also been fixed. Version 3.204 Bug in MIME::Head::original_text fixed. In amavis.conf I have uid=mail, gid=mail, but user mail has /bin/false as login shell.
Miscellaneous cleanup. Version 5.305 (2000/07/20) Added MIME::Entity::parts_DFS as convenient way to "get all parts". No longer outputs warnings with undefined Filename, and now accepts Charset as well. Spamassassin tweaking spam removal iRedMail →iRedMail Support →Spamassassin tweaking spam removal Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply Topic RSS feed Posts: 4 1 Topic by dcihon
MIME::Parser calls IO::File::new_tmpfile which has no idea about $TEMPBASE, and neither does it respect TEMP env. Please don't fill out this field. I've installed perl-MIME-tools-5.420-20 to solve these. > Best regards > > Peter > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------- > Take Surveys. http://back2cloud.com/parser-error/parser-error-in-iis-7-5.php The content-type is no longer considered, even for text/*.
Tibbitts for finding this bug. MIME::Head::add() now no longer downcases its argument. si> Date: 2003-10-22 12:57:15 [Download message RAW] Max, | I get some errors from MIME::Parser in my logfile, 75 today, is that's | something to worry about?? | | Oct 21 This is in violation of the RFCs, but then, so are some MUAs.
Documentation fixes. Any clues about this error? Thanks to Paul J. This is just the first release.
There is now an internal routine that creates true FileHandle objects for anonymous temp files. They probably contain invalid MIME body, and MIME::Parser reports it as a warning. You can now parse a MIME message from a scalar, an array-of-scalars, or any MIME::IO-compliant object (including IO:: objects.) Take a look at parse_data() in MIME::ParserBase.