Re: Quick reporting bug again [heads up Ellen/Admins]
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Sat Feb 26 19:18:16 EST 2005
Jon (spamtrap) wrote:
> I can get to the uncorrupted spam at the point they are
> received. I suspect I will programmatically collate them
> in some way
A multipart/digest would have the following minimal format:
Content-Type: multipart/digest ; boundary="see.below"
no MIME no problem (dummy prologue)
[1st complete spam here]
[2nd complete spam here]
correct MIME is always fine (dummy epilogue)
End of file. Of course you must be sure that all parts (spam)
do not contain any boundary line --see.below or --see.below--.
You can omit the dummy prologue and epilogue texts, SC and all
MIME mail user agents ignore it.
If you have anything to say in the multipart digest you could
put it in the Subject, e.g. "[Fwd] spam", or add a text/plain
part immediately after the prologue:
Hi, is this (see below) your spam ?
[1st spam etc.]
> forward them to an external web service to send them to
Probably SC is not exactly happy with the idea, but you could
send it directly to port 25 of vmx1.spamcop.net, if you don't
have a smart host at this moment of the procedure. If you're
online, free to use port 25, and other obvious conditions. ;-)
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