Justin J <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: another small modification to the bounce handler
In-Reply-To: another small modification to the bounce handler
Date: May 7th 2012
On May 7, 2012, at 6:10 PM, Frans Gouverne wrote:
> One of the attachments of a bounced message contains:
> Reporting-MTA: dns; mailfe07.swip.net >
> Original-Recipient: rfc822;<firstname.lastname@example.org> > Final-Recipient: LOCAL;<email@example.com> > Action: failed
> Status: 4.0.0
> Diagnostic-Code: smtp;account is full (quota exceeded)
None of the emails I have in the corpus has a, Final-Recipient header, if you want to send over the entire bounce, I'll add it in there.
And as Moshe wrote, forking Dada Mail, making some changes and asking for a pull request make things easy - also don't forget to test that your changes didn't break anything:
(in the, "dada" directory):
justin-4:dada justin$ perl t/DADA_App_BounceHandler_MessageParser.t
(or, in general)
skazat-4:dada justin$ prove -r
Feel free to add to the test suite - the tests in DADA_App_BounceHandler_MessageParser.t are easy to duplicate/tweak
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