Re: CVS head, somme messages dislayed with an empty contents


Le 12.10.2005 22:01:25, Albrecht Dreß a écrit :
Am 12.10.05 18:30 schrieb(en) Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh):
Teh message is signed, the wrongly displayed one appear with a grey lock while the other with the green one.

Do you see the gray lock in the list of messages? It indicates that

Yes it is

Balsa detected multipart/signed as top-level content type. If you run Balsa from a console, you might see some information indicating what went wrong when trying to verify the signature. Balsa should display the contents even if it is not possible to check the signature, though.

I will try to launnch it from an xterm anf tell you.

Attached both the messages, saved with mutt.

From the first attached message:

X-Virus-Scanned: by amavisd-new-20030616-p10 (Debian) at coulon.evette
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/signed; micalg=PGP-SHA1;
oundary="=-STfzKObCKnLFIsfv7tQQ"; boundary="=-esALAT/lY5ezwVHXoVA9"

Hmmm, that doesn't look good! One broken boundary entry, and a second good one (the line break seems to come from Balsa) which doesn't match the boundary actually used. In the other (2nd) message...

Content-Type: multipart/signed; micalg=PGP-SHA1;

...the header looks good (assuming again that the line break comes from Balsa). Maybe you can have a look at the source of both the good and the bad message and verify this?

Both messages are... the same.
I've got the first one in my box (moved with the filter), I've then moved *this* one to the inbox by drag'n drop and got it moved with the filter again and this gave me the second one (correct for me, at least with the contents dispalyed).

However, in the 2nd message is a line reading

X-Balsa-SmtpServer: Défaut

which IMHO breaks the rules as headers MUST be US-ASCII, and this one isn't. Or am I wrong here?



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