On Wed, 24 Dec 2003, Ryo Chijiiwa wrote:
> If you're using IlohaMail with a POP account and you've come across
> messages that won't display correctly, please try using the attached
> pop3.inc file. This version should fully support RFC822 attachments,
> which seems to be behind most reported message handling issues.
Thanks, this one definitely works better than the original -- you can
now open multiple layers of MIME attachments, but there are still
1. If the attachments go really deep, it's hard to keep track of where
you are when you keep clicking on the Message/RFC822 icon (you'll see
what I mean when I send you an example).
2. When I finally open the message, there is a problem with the
rendering. It can't seem to find the inline images properly.
I will separately email you a good example message to play with. If
anyone else wants to see the message, just email me.
Moshe Jacobson -- http://runslinux.net -- AIM: Jehsom
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On 12/26/2003, "Moshe Jacobson" <moshe@...> wrote:
>1. If the attachments go really deep, it's hard to keep track of where
>you are when you keep clicking on the Message/RFC822 icon (you'll see
>what I mean when I send you an example).
Yes... I see especially with the example you sent me which must have had
the most complex structure in any email I've seen (i.e. 3 copies of the
same email nested in about 8 layers).
Anyway, does anyone have any suggestions as to how this might be solved?
>2. When I finally open the message, there is a problem with the
>rendering. It can't seem to find the inline images properly.
I've attached a bunch of updates that should fix this issue. It's been
tested (against your sample message) on my IMAP account, and should work
with the latest POP library as well (included in archive).
If you don't want to modify your existing installation, you can also
test it on the dev server:
BTW, this last batch of fixes _should_ fix all remaining message
rendering issues. Please test it against any messages you've
encountered that have not rendered correctly in IlohaMail, and if you
find any messages that don't render, email me the message source in its