Re: [Evolution] displaying additional headers but not FULL headers

On Thu, 2004-05-13 at 13:41 +0800, Not Zed wrote:

Looks weird.  thats got different boundary parts than it was sent

Yeah, a touch frustrating - go to read a response and all you see is the
mailing list footer.

What mail server are you using?

Symantec SMTP for gateways(Virus Check) -> SurfControl(Spam and virus)
-> Exchange 2000 -> Evolution via IMAP

  Whatever it is, its messing up the multipart/alternative by adding
the "postface" data after the multipart - which isn't part of the
multipart - into another part at the end of the multipart.

So the MUA is just showing the last alternative it knows how to handle
- which happens to be just the mailing list footer.

Any particular reason it only displays the last alternative and not all?

And why only on Jeffreys mail... Can someone attach a "pristine" copy of
one of his mails to me for testing?


Carl Gherardi

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