For some reason, some Python 3 versions of email.header.decode_header add an extra space before RFC2047-encoded parts of a header, at least the one in the test case.
|doc||Add env_sender parameter to forward and forward_copy methods|
|LICENSE||Approaching version 0.1.|
|MANIFEST.in||Add support for Python 3.0; drop support for Python 2.4; add setup.py|
|Makefile||Don't remove build directory to make it possible to run "setup.py reg…|
|NEWS||Add env_sender parameter to forward and forward_copy methods|
|maildirproc||Add env_sender parameter to forward and forward_copy methods|
|run-pylint||Updated pylint message filters.|
|run-testsuite||Fix test failure in test_utf8_header for Python 3|
maildirproc -- maildir processor http://joel.rosdahl.net/maildirproc/ maildirproc was written by Joel Rosdahl <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence (see the file LICENSE for details). maildirproc is a program that processes one or several existing mail boxes in the maildir format. It is primarily focused on mail sorting -- i.e., moving, copying, forwarding and deleting mail according to a set of rules. It can be seen as an alternative to procmail, but instead of being a delivery agent (which wants to be part of the delivery chain), maildirproc only processes already delivered mail. For more information, some documentation and examples, see the doc directory.