tomlobato at IG.COM.BR
Wed Jun 30 18:23:57 IST 2004
On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 13:22:53 -0300
Mariano Absatz <mailscanner at LISTS.COM.AR> wrote:
> Hi Antonio,
> I don't think you'll be able to... for one thing, MailScanner is written in
> Perl, not C, but that's not the major problem.
Good, I program in Perl too :-)
I just thought that mailscanner is in C.
> MailScanner is designed, from the ground up, to pick messages from a queue,
> process them, and leave them in another queue, and NOT to process messages
> 'on the fly'.
What p3scan does is to get the message from pop server and put it in a directory. So, I just need some program that:
1) get a message file
2) search such attach names
3) possibly remove them
4) create another file with such possible modifications
In realy, I already started write such program in C, but stopped when saw that I would have to decode mime parts whose file encoded are another mails (Content-Type: message/rfc822). The work was growing up too much :-)
So, if I find some function set (in Perl or C) that execute the 4 steps above, I`ll be done.
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