dallase at nmgi
Jun 8, 2004, 6:58 AM
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Is anyone seeing messages in qmail-scanner that cause ripmime to exceed
ripmime --recursion-max setting?
20 parts and cause tempfail ?
output spotted from /usr/local/bin/ripmime --unique_names -i - -d
(mime.c:2666:MIME_unpack_stage2:WARNING: Current recursion level of 21
is greater than permitted 20
I have a copy of the message that triggered this one... And it didn't
appear to have that many MIME parts..
http://www.engelken.net/download/msg.txt (plain text)
But when I run ripmime from the command line, it produces 53 or so
textfiles! Is this just a badly formatted MIME message?
So my question is... How many messsage similar to these might there be
out there, and is running --recursion-max 60 worth it to save bad
formatted message if/when they are legit?