Error in mail list MBOX file format 2012 February
capellan2000 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 12:00:08 CST 2012
Richard Gaskin wrote
> I asked Heather about that and apparently the team is using the list
> manager's default settings, so it's not clear what more they can do.
> I've looked into this before, and it seems that if you need to parse
> it you can do so reliably not by relying on cr&"From" but look instead
> for cr&"From:".
> For example, if you look at message ID
> <1328119050.73544.YahooMailNeo at .yahoo> from this
> month's archive you'll see Jan quoted Bob's full post, headers and
> all, but the list manager indented the quoted "From:" string by one
> space so it won't get confused with actual message boundaries.
> A bit non-standard, perhaps, but so far it seems reliable in the
> archives I've worked with.
> So if you don't mind my asking: Why are you machine-parsing the
> archives? More Lucene experiments?
I am reading the mailbox offline using this stack:
What if the problem is in the software that send the emails
to this mail list?
Could we ask developers to make a simple test sending the word:
>From as the first word in a line and in the second line:
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