Problem with MailScanner, postfix and corrupt mails

Robert Waldner waldner at WALDNER.PRIV.AT
Wed Mar 9 17:56:58 GMT 2005

On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 18:04:06 +0100, Robert Waldner writes:
>On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 16:46:50 GMT, Julian Field writes:
>>In, around line 271, there is a chunk of code that looks
>>like this:

>>Let me know if this makes any difference. I am pretty sure it is a perl
>>problem, as what is happening is that a variable called $predata is
>>being written twice, regardless of the fact that there is only one
>>print($predata) call.

>I'll know in a couple days and will report.

After a day of calm, there are now 2 new corrupt messages, the
 "structure" is exactly the same as before.

Any more ideas for that?

-- I still think the fastest way to get wholesale IPv6 adoption
-- is to write a pr0n server that serves thumbnails over IPv[46]
-- and full-size images over IPv6 *only*.               - Ingvar

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