Re: [courier-users] using makemime and sendmail from shell questions

2008-03-14 Thread Alessandro Vesely
Bernd Wurst wrote: On Thursday 13 March 2008, Alessandro Vesely wrote: [Headers as utf-8] All these standards are changing, but it will take decades before everyone agrees on a worldwide charset (probably klingon, if not utf-8.) Well, I do not know of any mail application that has memorable

Re: [courier-users] using makemime and sendmail from shell questions

2008-03-14 Thread Bernd Wurst
Hi. On Friday 14 March 2008, Alessandro Vesely wrote: So in real life, utf-8 is fully usable, IMHO. It still has to be encoded, though. Extensions such as UTF8SMTP http://www3.tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-eai-utf8headers-09 would allow plain utf-8 in some headers' content, but not in their

[courier-users] [Fwd: Re: authmysql vs apostrophe]

2008-03-14 Thread Matt Comer
Sorry, sent this direct instead of to the list. Original Message Subject: Re: [courier-users] authmysql vs apostrophe From:Matt Comer [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date:Fri, March 14, 2008 11:19 am To: Martin Strand [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[courier-users] authmysql vs apostrophe

2008-03-14 Thread Martin Strand
I've got usernames with apostrophes (don't ask me why, people are strange) but they don't seem to work well with authmysql - the apostrophes are replaced with spaces in the mysql query: imapd: Connection, ip=[:::127.0.0.1] authd: received auth request, service=imap, authtype=login authd:

Re: [courier-users] [Fwd: Re: authmysql vs apostrophe]

2008-03-14 Thread Martin Strand
It should be up to authmysql to escape its input in order to prevent SQL injection. I doubt escaping differs much between different rdbms, but authmysql only supports mysql so that's not an issue. Postfix is using the same table and does not have a problem with apostrophes. I'll just add