[Pkg-roundcube-maintainers] Bug#595204: Problem not solved in 0.3.1-5?

Vincent Bernat bernat at debian.org
Sat Oct 9 09:24:11 UTC 2010

clone 595204 -1
retitle -1 BAD HEADER SECTION with amavis
reopen -1
found -1 0.3.1-5

OoO En cette matinée pluvieuse  du vendredi 08 octobre 2010, vers 10:37,
Jort Koopmans <jort.koopmans at gmail.com> disait :

>> > Delivered-To: bad-header-quarantine

>> > X-Envelope-From: <EMAILADDY at DOM.COM>
>> > X-Envelope-To: <EMAILADDY at DOM.COM>
>> > X-Envelope-To-Blocked: 
>> > X-Quarantine-ID: <qr5mFt35ESxD>
>> > X-Amavis-Alert: BAD HEADER SECTION Improper use of control character
>> > (char 0D
>> > 	hex): Content-Type: ...eb64d5fa4fdc3040d561170";\r\n
>> > 	boundary="=_4[...]
>> In fact,  the ticket that you  mentionned previously was  not about this
>> bug. I think your bug is here:
>> http://trac.roundcube.net/ticket/1486418

> The BAD HEADER SECTION is the same as I had from my first post and does
> not look like the PHP bug, while that has "X-PHP-Originating-Script:
> 0:func.inc\r" added (not in my case)

> I use PHP 5.2.6.dfsg.1-1+lenny9 (stable). Bug 1486418 seems related to
> php 5.2.3, so not likely to be the cause. mail.add_x_header is not
> implemented in this version.
> Tested the proposed step at followup 11 
> ($headers['Subject'] = mb_encode_mimeheader($headers['Subject'],
> $message_charset, 'Q', $RCMAIL->config->header_delimiter(), 8);
> )
> No success unfortunately.

OK.  This bug  seems quite  different from  the one  that  you initially
reported (which  was a  bad received  header and which  is fixed  by the
patch you have found). I need to look a bit what is this new bug. It may
have been introduced by the new dependency on php-mail-mime 1.7.0. Which
version of php-mail-mime do you have on your system?
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