[Bug #2971] spammode option interferes with iso-2022-jp

2003-03-27 21:33:22
=================== BUG #2971: FULL BUG SNAPSHOT ===================

Submitted by: kkawa                   Project: MHonArc                      
Submitted on: Fri 03/28/03 at 04:33
Category:  Character Sets             Severity:  5 - Major                  
Bug Group:  Undesired Behavior        Resolution:  None                     
Assigned to:  None                    Status:  Open                         
Platform Version:  Linux              Perl Version:  5.6.0                  
Component Version:  2.6.2             Fixed Release:                        

Summary:  spammode option interferes with iso-2022-jp

Original Submission:  The iso-2022-jp encoding is the most commonly used 
encoding in Japan.
The problem is that the encoded text often contains the '@' mark,
which apparently triggers the spam mode filter and as a result,
surrounding characters will be incorrectly replaced by 'x'.

A "proper" fix would probably require the entire MHonARC to
work on Unicode --- the entire processing should operate on
Unicode, rather than raw inputs. But this change might be too

The easy change is perhaps for the spammode to be made smarter.
The typical iso-2022-jp sequnce is something like "B(_at_)n8}9L2p",
so if you require a dot on the right hand side of the address,
this problem can be avoided.

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