loupicciano at comcast
Apr 30, 2010, 1:52 PM
Post #3 of 7
Thanks for your message - OK, I'll try that at some point. Problem is, we haven't yet been able to build dbmail, hence the question!
Just wanted to get started on some other aspects of our SQL work.
While we're at it, is there a 'grid' of which version of gmime can be used with which version of dbmail? Of course, I'd like to use the latest of each, but I understand this may not be possible - can you clarify? I have some notes on this somewhere, but...
For example, I undersatnd I should not be trying to use gmime 2.5.1 with dbmail-2.2.15; is this correct? which gmime?
Many thanks - Lou
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul J Stevens" <paul [at] nfg>
To: "DBMail mailinglist" <dbmail [at] dbmail>
Sent: Friday, April 30, 2010 4:42:03 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
Subject: Re: [Dbmail] any dbmail test data out there?
You could use a spam collection as a source. Not the typical data you'd
regularly want to face but it creates a lot of fuzzy inputs, incorrect
mime, lots of images, etc. Helps create confidence in the mime parser ;-)
To import such a mailbox you can simply do:
cat SPAM|formail -ds /usr/sbin/dbmail-deliver -u testuser
but there's also scripts in the tree to handle that like
test-scripts/testlmtp.py and contrib/mailbox2dbmail
Lou Picciano wrote:
> Hello dbmailers,
> Does anyone have a 'create script' which will populate a dbmail sql
> repository with a body of test data?
> We'd like to build a pre-rationalized testbed as a basis for our other
> experimentation. Having a set of a few hundred (thousand?) real-world
> messages, users, graphics, etc., would be useful as a starting point for
> out newbie ramblings...
> Our focus is not on building the dbmail binaries, for the moment.
> Many thanks in advance, Lou
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