[Dovecot] emails getting mangled when dragging from Exchange account to IMAP shared folders
meatsandwich at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 00:16:52 EET 2010
in-log attached. I don't see any truncation in there, though you can see
that there is the byte sequence 0D090A09 in there, which I think is what is
breaking it (whatever "it" is).
Still not sure if this indicates the mangling happens somewhere on my linux
server, or somewhere upstream in Outlook/Exchange.
God I hate having to deal with Outlook.
Also, to Axel:
I don't have access to any of the raw email source on the Exchange/Outlook
end, which is frustrating, but unavoidable. If I find the mangling
happening on the Postfix/Dovecot end of things, this is actually good news
to me, since I have full access to that portion of the email trail.
On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 9:54 AM, Timo Sirainen <tss at iki.fi> wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-11-08 at 16:57 -0800, Scott Goodwin wrote:
> > Note that this is the rawlog.out, not the rawlog.in. My confusion here
> > in the fact that the breakage seems to be in the out-log only. I just
> > know how to read these logs.
> > The in-log is basically exactly the same as the out-log, except that it
> > doesn't contain the first 38 lines that the out-log contains... so does
> > mean the email came in just fine, but didn't go "out" ok? Or does this
> > still confirm that the email was mangled from outside of Dovecot?
> > Thanks ahead of time. I can send the in-log if you want.
> Yeah, the in-log would have been much more useful than out-log. The
> important question is if in the in-log the References: header is
> truncated at the same point.
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