DSNs from bigfoot.com are quarantined

Julian Field MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Wed Aug 27 21:41:36 IST 2008

Scott Silva wrote:
> <snip>
>> If only the Content-Type: message/partial part were removed, it would
>> still be possible for automated bounce recognition software to recognize
>> the DSN. Is there some reason why the entire message needs to be removed
>> and not just the message/partial part?
> MailScanner breaks the message apart to scan it, but it only either 
> sends or doesn't send the original message. It doesn't re-assemble it 
> with bits and pieces. What if it assembled it wrong? What about 
> signatures?
> If you tamper with a message, you broke it.
I am putting out a new beta as I type, with improved message/partial 
code in it. This should solve this problem with bigfoot.com DSNs.

Please try this out and let me know how you get on.



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