Hi... I've the "8bit-content-without-proper-header" problem, I'm trying to
put the headers myself using maildrop and a global filter (which is
working and actually inserting the headers) but I'm still receiving the
550 error. Here are the contents of the files I've modified:
I had the same problems, Cron does not know anything about MIME,
same with other tools (logcheck etc) and most of my customers...
If mail cant be sent for any reason I want courier to generate
a bounce later, but for this the mail must be accepted first.
Edit the following three lines in courier/submit2.C (lines wrapped),
this makes MIME=none the default and passes all 'bad' Mail.
Setting MIME=8bit in courierd/esmtpd will not affect sendmails
behavior when called via command-line, but will still check the
headers of incoming mail for non-7bit and passes the body always.
< if (rwrfcptr->rfcviolation & RFC2045_ERR8BITHEADER)
if ( mime && strcmp(mime, "none") && (rwrfcptr->rfcviolation &
< if (rwrfcptr->rfcviolation & RFC2045_ERR8BITCONTENT)
if ( mime && strcmp(mime, "none") && strcmp(mime, "8bit") &&