On Mon, 12 Apr 2010 15:58:10 +0200, Tomas Carnecky <t...@dbservice.com> wrote: > In 4fd9ea0 (guess From address from Received headers, 2010-04-06) you > introduced strcasestr, which is not portable, see 82e47ec (notmuch > reply: Use strstr instead of strcasestr for portability., 2010-02-04). > > Is strcasestr really necessary there or can it be replaced with strstr?
Well, I'm trying to make sure that rAndOm case in email addresses doesn't throw of the matching - it's quite common for people to write email addresses as first.l...@company.com - the RFCs that I've seen (can't double check, on a plane right now) seem to indicate that you can't rely on the headers being lowercase - so even preprocessing the configured email addresses might not be enough. I guess we could selectively force some of the headers to be stored as lower case - Received, X-Original-To, Envelope-To in my case - but that seems wrong somehow. Open to better ideas... /D -- Dirk Hohndel Intel Open Source Technology Center _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list email@example.com http://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch