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Re: Sending attachments broken?

From: Neels Janosch Hofmeyr <neels_at_elego.de>
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 05:51:00 +0100

Hi all,

I've seen another case of wrong attachment behaviour when absolutely *not*
signing the message with PGP/MIME. (I did get a copy of the same message
back which looks perfectly fine, so it's definitely the tigris stuff.)

I sent *two* attachments (neither being PGP stuff), and the *first*
attachment was replaced by a copy of the message body, while the *second*
attachment stayed intact.

That's the same as with PGP/MIME signing. PGP/MIME adds an attachment to the
message. So if I had another attached file to the message, the PGP
attachment makes two attachments. The first attachment gets overwritten...

This leads me to assume that the number of attachments is the key, not the
PGPness of it. There's at least some indexing fault with two attachments.
Let's try one with three.


C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> Daniel Shahaf wrote:
>> Blair,
>> Your attachment didn't go through; it was replaced by the body of the
>> message, complete with its URL in the archives. (It's not just you; the
>> same happened to John's patch yesterday.) I'd suggest that in the
>> meantime, you paste or inline your patch, if you want us to read it. :)
>> Daniel
>> (I'm attaching at 13-byte hello.txt file to this message)
> And, of course, your attachment went through just fine, Daniel.


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