#1 A password contains zeros at the end

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nobody
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2001-05-03
2001-05-03
o1e9
No

Think i am a first one who reports a bug for kbiff, but
definitely it is not true ;-)

I have got a bug report. sIt is for KBiff. sThe version
i am using is 3.4 under KDE 2.1 / QT 2.2.4 Linux
Mandrake 7.0RE.

In case i have got a few zeros at the end of the
password, it is in kbiffrc then i got:

Mailboxes=world-online.no,pop3://myname@mail.world-online.no:110?keepalive=no&async=no&timeout=10,GJDR5\\,\\,\\,,

GJDR5\\,\\,\\, is my password, next time i will go to
"Setup" dialog my password field will be empty. sIn
case i start kbiff then it could not connect to my POP3
server. sSo i must put my password again and press
'Store password'. But i should do it again next time i
select "Setup".

In case i am in situation then:

Mailboxes=world-online.no,pop3://myname@mail.world-online.no:110?keepalive=no&async=no&timeout=10,GJDR5\\,\\,\\,,z,mbox:/var/spool/mail/oleg,

then it works fine!

any ideas?

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