It looks like one of the Microsoft mailers did not properly encode mime
X-Mailer: Microsoft Internet Mail 4.70.1155
Content-Type: application/octet-stream; name="rray6.jpg"
Content-Description: rray6 (JPEG Image)
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="rray6.jpg"
Some idiot at Microsoft probably thought everyone used file extensions
to define the content of attachments under mime.
I plan to notify any senders with this disfigured "format" that their
mailer system needs to be updated.
FIle names: I understand the duplicate filenames issue. I also noticed
the mention of an unnamed "security issue" and utilization of a seperate
directory. It that on a per file basis? Do you mean Trojan horses as
attachements? Are "../" not removed from filenames? Sorry, I fail to
understand the point.
Earl Hood wrote:
Check the message itself. I bet the content-type for the attachment
See the MIMEFILTERS resource if you want MHonArc to use filenames
listed in the message (make note of the security issues mentioned).