|Name : mess822
|Version : 0.58
||Vendor : (none)
|Release : 1
||Date : 1998-11-14 21:37:23
|Group : Utilities/System
||Source RPM : mess822-0.58-1.src.rpm
|Size : 0.25 MB
|Packager : Bruce Guenter < bruce_guenter_qcc_sk_ca>
|Summary : Programs for parsing Internet mail messages
|Description : |
mess822 is a library for parsing Internet mail messages. The mess822
package contains several applications that work with qmail:
* ofmipd rewrites messages from dumb clients. It supports a database
of recognized senders and From lines, using cdb for fast lookups.
* new-inject is an experimental new version of qmail-inject. It
includes a flexible user-controlled hostname rewriting mechanism.
* iftocc can be used in .qmail files. It checks whether a known
address is listed in To or Cc.
* 822header, 822field, 822date, and 822received extract various
pieces of information from a mail message.
* 822print converts a message into an easier-to-read format.
mess822 supports the full complexity of RFC 822 address lists,
including address groups, source routes, spaces around dots, etc. It
also supports common RFC 822 extensions: backslashes in atoms, dots in
phrases, addresses without host names, etc. It extracts each address
as an easy-to-use string, with a separate string for the accompanying
mess822 converts RFC 822 dates into libtai\'s struct caltime format. It
supports numeric time zones, the standard old-fashioned time zones,
and many nonstandard time zones.
mess822 is fast. For example, extracting 10000 addresses from a 160KB
To field takes less than a second on a Pentium-100.
RPM found in directory: /mirror/untroubled.org/rpms/mess822