>>>>> "MH" == Mike Hadavi, DTN: 244-6605, Loc: AKO2-2/A5 24-Sep-1996 0950 -0400 <hadavi@bagels.ENET.dec.com> writes:
MH> It would be nice if someone familiar with 1.94 could comment on how
MH> 1.94 deals with "John Smith"@foo.bar.com.
It will perform exactly as 1.93 did. This is non-optimal, but rewriting
the address parser is not in the cards for a 1.9x release. (I get the
feeling I've said this before.) My 1.95 development stuff has much better
bad address handling; I can easily add a check to make sure there is
something before the first @ sign in a stripped address.
I am not certain that this address is even legal rfc822, but something
tells me that it might just be OK. I don't have rfc822 in front of me at
the moment, so I won't comment further.
Jason L. Tibbitts III - email@example.com - 713/743-8684 - 221SR1
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