On 3 Mar 1997, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
:) >>>>> "n" == n <email@example.com> writes:
:) n> As I previously stated: *** my solution would be to copy the bounce
:) n> subwhatever into a bounce-bulk subwhatever, and change the call for
:) n> excessive body size from &bounce to &bounce-bulk--except that there *is*
:) n> no apparent call for &bounce anywhere near it (from what I can see, it
:) n> calls a sub by the name of the bounce reason, which makes *no* sense to
:) n> me, but then again I'm not all that proficient in Perl) ***
:) The body is parsed by a routine called &parse_body. If this returns any
:) text (or if any of the other parsing steps returned any text) then the
:) message is bounced with that text as the bounce reason. The logical thing
:) to do would be to set a global if the length check fails in &parse_body,
:) then call an alternate bounce routine (which it seems you have already
:) written) if that global is set. In fact, the length check already sets a
:) global, $already_bitched_about_length (I didn't name it), so alter the call
:) to &bounce around line 457 of resent to call something else if
:) $already_bitched_about_length is set.
Thank you for your time. Sorry to be such a pain.
Daniel Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yes, I know I'm off topic, but thank you for your concern...