[Esd-l] X-Content-Security ?
paul at cuenet.com
Sat Jan 19 14:15:01 PST 2002
Err, sorry for the post. Was in a bit of a frenzy as I was
in the middle of a bunch of other stuff when I looked into
this. I overlooked the word 'DEFANGED' below.
I'll deal with it.
On Sat, 19 Jan 2002, Paul Thomas wrote:
> I've had a weird thing goin on with attachments being delivered
> locally as:
> Content-Type: application/octet-stream
> So after some investigation, with a test email, I noticed the
> following after it was delivered in my mailbox:
> X-Content-Security: [orbital] original Content-Type was
> Content-Type: application/octet-stream; name="service-order-form.4845DEFANGED-do
> This is the work of the Sanitizer. What is going on? I have web archiving
> of emails and the archiving's ability to properly handle attachments
> based on Content-Type is being broken.
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> is why they call it the present."
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