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Subject: Problem reading filename from messages
Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2006 19:56:26 +0100
To: bug-Mail-Message-Attachment-Stripper [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Ambrogio <fn050202 [...] flashnet.it>
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Hi, I'm writing a little script that exctract attachments from a mail box in mbox format. I read the documentation about Mail-Message-Attachment-Stripper and I written a script that you can see in attachment. It works fine for a lot of messages, but someone has this format: ---- Content-Disposition: attachment; filename*0=emcgrab_full_2006-01-23-15.18.47_AIX_misp205s_CC0000000000.ta; filename*1=r.zip Content-Type: application/zip; name*0=emcgrab_full_2006-01-23-15.18.47_AIX_misp205s_CC0000000000.tar.zi; name*1=p Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 ---- I see that messages that I send with evolution has this format, and my script is unable to extract the right filename. Can you help me solve this problem (if it's a problem in my script)? Tnx If you need a mbox with an example of this messages, tell me and I will send you a message.
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