On Mon, Feb 11, 2019, at 2:08 PM, Marvin Gülker wrote:
Am 11. Februar 2019 um 13:20 Uhr -0800 schrieb Mark Sapiro:
I downloaded the February mbox from https://email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org?start=2019-02-01&end=2019-03-01 and imported it to a test list with 'django-admin hyperkitty_import and see the same issue.
Here's the Hyperkitty Mbox for my affected mailinglist: https://email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org?start=2018-09-01&end=2018-10-01
Maildir from my local machine as received from Mailman via e-mail: https://files.guelker.eu/misc/tsc-devel.tar.gz
Examination of the mbox shows for the first message [...] Note the folding of the header and the double angle brackets.
I can confirm that I see this behaviour for my affected mailinglist as well. The Message-ID header is broken over two lines with double angle brackets in the Hyperkitty MBox linked above:
Message-ID: < <email@example.com>>
However, the original message as it was delivered by Mailman to me does not have such a weird message-id header:
In this message, the header is broken exactly as shown above after the colon of "Message-ID:". Maybe some problem with parsing long Message-ID headers, or ones folded over multiple lines?
With regard to bug reporting on gitlab.com: I already have accounts on a ton of sites, and at some point I'd actually like to stop creating new ones all the time...
I created an issue on Gitlab for this with this thread:
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