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Re: Parsing a header

2007-12-03 15:24:47

[Not clear on why this is on ietf-smtp instead of ietf-822, but anyway...]

On 12/3/07 at 7:53 PM +0100, Frank Ellermann wrote:

Paul Smith wrote:
syntactically correct formations of the line could be:

From: "Joe (Joseph) Bloggs" <joe(_at_)joe(_dot_)com>
From: (Joe \(Joseph\) Bloggs) joe(_at_)joe(_dot_)com
or even
From: Joe (\(Joseph\)) Bloggs <joe(_at_)joe(_dot_)com>

Or From: "Joe \(Joseph\) Bloggs" <joe(_at_)example>
or From: Joe (Joseph) Bloggs <joe(_at_)example>

or From: Joe "\(Joseph\)" Bloggs <joe(_at_)example(_dot_)com>
or From: Joe "(Joseph)" Bloggs <joe(_at_)example(_dot_)com>

But Frank is exactly right: The original thing is not a legal phrase in any of these standards.

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