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  1. mzaleski

    System Migration

    Thanks. Apparently my 30 minutes of browsing the forum for that info wasn't enough . I've set them up and 1 test message made it through. The rest seem to be going to /dev/null. I'm guessing I'm now in the group experiencing lost forwards, hehe.
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    System Migration

    Well, I'm one of the idiots that missed the deadline. I've been using my 2 SpamCop emails in "pull mode" Google was grabbing my mail rather than using the forwarding feature of spamcop.net. And all those emails were filtered into folders in GMail. The box is now missing for setting a forwarding address if I go into the the email account and look at mail settings. Will I have any opportunity to set a forwarding address in 2 days when the system fully transitions or I'm I totally screwed? Losing 2 days of emails isn't a huge deal for me and a large part of my emails were already transitioned to my personal domain I own.
  3. I'm a heavy user of Spamcop's Webmail system (to the exclusion of any other MUA, web or Windows-based). I love the convenience of web mail with a sophisticated folders/filters/Popgating. See this link for the IMP Roadmap I noticed that Spamcop uses IMP 4.1.4. IMP 4.3 has been out since Sep 2008 and IMP 5.0 is planned for later this year. Features added from 4.1.4 -> 4.3 that I'd love to have: auto-complete address lookup per-folder sort preferences remembering recent search queries allowing multiple browser windows/tabs IMP 5.0 will add the following features that would be nice: Message highlighting/flagging (improved with custom tags) improved search gui Are there any plans to move to newer versions of IMP anytime soon? Based on the integration of Held Email and spam Reporting, I'm guessing there is customization work that Spamcop has to do before any upgrades are possible.
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    Webmail and subject lines

    Thanks for the info. I'll go beat up on the company. Yes they are major (one of the largest financial companies in the U.S., whatever that is worth in the current crisis).
  5. I've got a problem with Webmail currently. I'm getting legitimate emails from a major company that has the following form (in raw header): X-spam-Level: ***** X-spam-Status: hits=5.6 tests=MIME_BASE64_TEXT,SUBJECT_NEEDS_ENCODING, SUBJ_ILLEGAL_CHARS version=3.2.4 Subject: Company® Our Product® - 2nd Notification I've stripped out everything else from the raw header. I'm guessing the embedded copyright symbols are freaking out Webmail. The problem is that in the folder view the Subject column is completely blank for that message. Ergo, I can't easily click a link to go to that message. Ideally, Webmail would be either stripping invalid characters or replacing them with some black square character or something. Is there a good reason to not allow these characters in subject lines in the folder view?
  6. Digging deeper, I searched IMP bugs and found: http://bugs.horde.org/ticket/5717 . That bug report was closed as "won't fix". After asking on IMP's mailing list, the problem is in PHP 5.x (worked fine in PHP4.x). See http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.horde.imp/23623: interestingly, someone quoted the RFC 2822 spec and it states that email clients must still be able to process the old timezone entries from RFC 822. Searching for PHP bugs, I found http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=42486, in which the PHP developers refused to fix it. This is frustrating. It sounds like the PHP devs are telling their users that they have to do a search/replace of "UT" with "UTC" before calling strtotime(). Everyone is claiming it isn't a bug, but the net result is IMP is not a RFC 2822 compliant email package due to this problem. And yes, I realize that both PHP and IMP are open source packages with volunteers doing the coding.
  7. Hrmm, ok, I pulled up RFC 2822 email spec. You are correct in that the current spec calls for +/- and 4 digit offset for timezone. Section 4.3 "Obsolete Date and Time" indicates a large number of textual timezones including "UT", "GMT", "EST" and so on (defined in RFC 822).
  8. All of the emails I'm getting from PCMagazine/Extremetech websites are having the same issue. In the webmail folder view, all of the Dates are listed as "Unknown Date". If I open the message, the Date: field is filled with a date of the form "Fri, 15 Feb 2008 17:08:19 UT". Is the issue that it ends with "UT" rather than "UTC"? According to the information I dug up (http://tycho.usno.navy.mil/systime.html), UTC is based on an atomic clock and UT is based on astronomical observations. Or is the problem that the folder view uses a field other than "Date:"?
  9. I just snipped out a bunch of the stuff in that post. The list address is not a secret. Hrmm, this is where it gets interesting. I have both email accounts but based on your comments I checked and the shorter one had expired. I just renewed it. I apparently had both addresses on the mailing list. I'm in the middle of consolidating from ~20 email addresses. I thought I had turned off the short address on the mailing list. So what is odd is that the short address bounced legit but that doesn't explain the problem with the long email address. I've been reading and following those mailing lists daily via the longer address account.
  10. Ok, the next two posts are the raw forwarded messages from the owner of the list (Vampire) --------------060408050701030005020600 Content-Type: message/rfc822; name="ForwardedMessage.eml" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline; filename="ForwardedMessage.eml" Received: from sc8-sf-mx1-b.sourceforge.net ([10.3.1.91] helo=mail.sourceforge.net) by sc8-sf-list1-new.sourceforge.net with esmtp (Exim 4.43) id 1JIKqa-0005A5-Ho for jedit-users-bounces[at]lists.sourceforge.net; Fri, 25 Jan 2008 01:27:44 -0800 Received: from [10.3.1.90] (helo=lists-outbound.sourceforge.net) by mail.sourceforge.net with esmtp (Exim 4.44) id 1JIKqa-0002uz-0k for jedit-users-bounces[at]lists.sourceforge.net; Fri, 25 Jan 2008 01:27:40 -0800 Received: by sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net (Postfix) id 10ACE133B6; Fri, 25 Jan 2008 01:27:39 -0800 (PST) Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 01:27:39 -0800 (PST) From: MAILER-DAEMON[at]sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net (Mail Delivery System) Subject: Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender To: jedit-users-bounces[at]lists.sourceforge.net MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/report; report-type=delivery-status; boundary="A97AB133F0.1201253259/sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net" Message-Id: <20080125092739.10ACE133B6[at]sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net> X-spam-Score: -2.5 (--) X-spam-Report: spam Filtering performed by sourceforge.net. See http://spamassassin.org/tag/ for more details. Report problems to http://sf.net/tracker/?func=add&group_...amp;atid=200001 -2.8 ALL_TRUSTED Did not pass through any untrusted hosts 0.1 HTML_30_40 BODY: Message is 30% to 40% HTML 0.3 MIME_HTML_MOSTLY BODY: Multipart message mostly text/html MIME 0.0 HTML_MESSAGE BODY: HTML included in message This is a MIME-encapsulated message. --A97AB133F0.1201253259/sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net Content-Description: Notification Content-Type: text/plain This is the Postfix program at host sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net. I'm sorry to have to inform you that the message returned below could not be delivered to one or more destinations. For further assistance, please send mail to <postmaster> If you do so, please include this problem report. You can delete your own text from the message returned below. The Postfix program <mzaleski[at]spamcop.net>: host mx.spamcop.net[64.88.168.71] said: 550 sorry, no such user here (#5.7.1) (in reply to RCPT TO command) <matthew.zaleski[at]spamcop.net>: host mx.spamcop.net[64.88.168.71] said: 553 sorry, that domain isn't allowed to be relayed thru this MTA (#5.7.1) (in reply to DATA command) --A97AB133F0.1201253259/sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net Content-Description: Delivery error report Content-Type: message/delivery-status Reporting-MTA: dns; sc8-sf-spam2.sourceforge.net Arrival-Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 01:26:55 -0800 (PST) Final-Recipient: rfc822; mzaleski[at]spamcop.net Action: failed Status: 5.0.0 Diagnostic-Code: X-Postfix; host mx.spamcop.net[64.88.168.71] said: 550 sorry, no such user here (#5.7.1) (in reply to RCPT TO command) Final-Recipient: rfc822; matthew.zaleski[at]spamcop.net Action: failed Status: 5.0.0 Diagnostic-Code: X-Postfix; host mx.spamcop.net[64.88.168.71] said: 553 sorry, that domain isn't allowed to be relayed thru this MTA (#5.7.1) (in reply to DATA command)
  11. I've requested a copy of those bounces. Hopefully their system isn't just discarding them.
  12. I am subscribed to several sourceforge.net lists (blah[at]lists.sourceforge.net). I've been subscribed to them for a few months. They are low volume lists (1 to 20 messages per day). This week I'm getting emails from them in the following form: "our membership in the mailing list <insert_list_here> has been disabled due to excessive bounces The last bounce received from you was dated 25-Jan-2008." What I'm trying to figure out is what on my end (configuration-wise) or perhaps Spamcop itself would be causing that. I have the following settings in SpamCop webmail: Greylisting is DISABLED SpamCop Blacklist and Spamhaus BlackList are ENABLED. What strikes me as odd is that the bounce they are indicating I would assume could happen under one of the following circumstances: - SpamCop servers were down: I've been receiving email pretty regularly. - My SpamCop storage is overflowed: Don't think so, I'm still getting other emails - I have greylisting enabled: That was the first thing I checked and has been disabled all along. Any ideas are welcome.
  13. mzaleski

    [Resolved] Webmail folders

    Wow, thanks for the tip on #1. That is exactly what I wanted. Somehow I skipped over global options. #2 still isn't working. I look in the folders and there are unread messages. But the sidebar is only showing unread value for inbox. AHA!! I just figured out part #2: Go to Folder Navigator from top menu Put a checkmark next to all the folders you want to track In the Choose Action dropdown, pick Check Folders for New Mail Now the only anomaly is that the left sidebar is not updating the read status as I go through messages. I have to log out and back in for it to refresh that status. ... Ok, figured that out too: Global Options -> Display Options -> Refresh Dynamic Menu Elements -> 30 seconds WOW After changing to the Kolab color scheme, the WebMail looks and works almost the same as Pocomail (my desktop mail client). Kudos to the developers of this package and thank the gods that SpamCop chose it for their engine. Thank you all for your help. Thanks. As per my previous post, I ran into the options you mentioned. Though my view is only showing "Folder Name (unread #)". Is there something for getting "Folder Name (unread #/total #)"?
  14. I'm a 5+ year spampcop user that just signed up a second SpamCop account. This new one is intended to be webmail only and I'm very impressed with the latest webmail interface. I've gone over these forums, played with settings and still can't get everything working as I think it can. Is it possible to display the folder list all of the time? Kinda like a sidebar? When I click "Folders" at the top of the screen it shows me all of my folders expanded (perfect), but does NOT show me (read/total) counts for any folders but Inbox. That kinda defeats the purpose of using mail filters (already got them working). I want to go to the folders screen and see how many unread messages I have from various mailing lists I'm on (each going into separate folders). Am I missing something stupid? Why is my Virtual Inbox always empty? After not getting #2 to work, I tried putzing with this Virtual Inbox. Nada. Again, I think I'm missing some key setting. Given that I couldn't find any posts describing my problem, I'm thinking I just missed an option somewhere. Thanks in advance
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