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Add max capability to Type I
Whitespace cleanup: for i in *.c; do cp -a $i $i.orig; sed -e 's/^ /<TAB>/' $i.orig > $i; rm $i.orig; done for i in *.c *.h; do cp -a $i $i.orig; sed -e 's/[ <TAB>]*$//' $i.orig > $i; rm $i.orig; done
Added closing comments for all #ifdef statements. All #endif's, as well as nested braces, should be commented to reference their start. We need to provide comments before every function as well.
Previosly when we ran Mixmaster in daemon mode and injected mail either via pop3 or the MAILIN method (reading a Maildir or an mbox), Mixmaster only processed remailer-xxx requests at SENDPOOLTIME intervalls. It might be in the interest of an operator to have a high SENDPOOLTIME - like say an hour or two - to provide better security to their user. However it is also important to answer remailer-xxx requests in a timely manner. This conflict of interests can be solved by adding yet another config option: MAILINTIME. MAILINTIME specifies the amount of time between reading MAILIN and processing those mails (as well as those injected via POP3). Processing here means to answer -xxx requests and to add remailer mails to the pool. This is also done implicitly whenever Mixmaster is about to process its pool or just fetched mail via pop3.
Submitted By: Sami Farin (safari): Included correct header files. Src/main.c had incorrect param to buf_appendf. Added buf_write_sync() (used by Src/rem.c:mix_pool()). Should a mixmaster machine crash, pool file can contain any random data after reboot/journal recovery (at least when using reiserfs). Maybe not relevant, but strrchr should be used instead of strchr when looking for domain part. Src/pgpdata.c:pgp_elgdecrypt() passes uninitialized values to BN_free if BN_CTX_new fails. Src/pgpdata.c:pgp_elgencrypt() passes uninitialized value to BN_free if the third mpi_get(key, i) fails. Src/random.c does not check return value of read(). Src/rndseed.c does not check return value of read().
Make smtp sending similar to local /usr/lib/sendmail sending (wrt header/body seperation; Closes: #482052). Add X-Loop header on mailbox forwarded messages.
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