On 10/2/20 10:49 AM, Alex Schuilenburg via Mailman-users wrote:
So something in the import has decided that the original message quote is a header and the To: field has been modified to protect the sender so has created the email <Firstname Surname@Company-UK> (note the space). Not only that, it has decided this is a valid email address. So a bug, filed as https://gitlab.com/mailman/mailman/-/issues/777 Unfortunately I've been moving the lists over a clutch at a time, and they are active, so I cannot just drop everything and start over. I can munge the future .mbox files being imported to remove the quoted email to stop this happening again, but ideally I also need to find and fix the errors in the database. I'm very new to mm3, but handy with SQL (I'm running on mariadb) so suggestions appreciated.
There's much more detail in my reply at https://gitlab.com/mailman/hyperkitty/-/issues/320#note_422894486, but you can fix the ResponseNotReady() issue from the sync_mailman job by finding the entries in the hyperkitty_sender table with invalid addresses in the address column and deleting them.
We can try to address this specific issue in hyperkitty_import, but
there are in general various mbox defects that we can't detect. mboxes
need to be checked for unescaped
From lines in message bodies and
other defects before importing them. The Mailman 2.1 bin/cleanarch
script and the new hyperkitty/contrib/check_hk_import script can help
with some of this.
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