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Re: [bug-mailutils] Sieve vacation action bug(s) in 20050906 snapshot

From: Kostas Zorbadelos
Subject: Re: [bug-mailutils] Sieve vacation action bug(s) in 20050906 snapshot
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 19:18:52 +0300
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On Thu, Sep 29, 2005 at 09:25:55PM +0300, Sergey Poznyakoff wrote:
> Kostas Zorbadelos <address@hidden> wrote:
> > My problem was using greek with the :subject switch. Does :mime
> > produce a subject or you use it in place of the reply text?
> If :subject is given, its argument will be used as a message subject.
> Otherwise, the subject is constructed by prepending `Re:'  (or any other
> word, given by :reply_prefix tag) to the original message subject.

That's nice.
> If necessary, the subject will be encoded using 'quoted-printable'
> method.
> The tag :mime does not affect subject creation. It only affects the way
> the message text will be represented. If :mime is given, the entire
> message will be in MIME format, and the user text will be encoded using
> 'quoted-printable' method. If it is not given, the text will be inserted
> in the message verbatim.
> I have forgotten to say that vacation expects all strings to be in
> UTF-8. However, although it is required by the RFC, I am evaluating a
> possibility of using another encodings (possibly via `#pragma encoding'
> or something similar).

Everything seem to work just fine with utf-8 strings. The '#pragma
encoding' sounds like a good idea. 
The bug with the temporary files is fixed and from a small stress test
I performed, I noticed no problems. Anyway, the pieces of code that I
used in my mda will be stress tested under production conditions
(hundreds of thousands of mail users) soon -:)
> Regards,
> Sergey

Thanks for everything,

  Kostas Zorbadelos
  Systems Designer/Developer, Otenet SA 
  address@hidden contact: kzorba (at) otenet.gr
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