jason at dixongroup.net
Sat Dec 23 20:34:03 CET 2006
On Dec 23, 2006, at 1:58 PM, Eric Stadtherr wrote:
> In light of the recent discussions, I've been browsing through the
> Trac tickets trying to get a feel for the distribution of bugs
> (display, database, IMAP interface, etc.). There appear to be quite
> a few tickets that follow the pattern of "RoundCube exhibits
> incorrect behavior when displaying an e-mail with <some special
> characteristics>." These special cases range from message header
> contents to HTML contents to attachment formats.
> Instead of trying to fabricate my own e-mail messages that match
> these special cases (and possible get it wrong), what does everyone
> think about standing up a "test case" e-mail account on an IMAP
> server somewhere that people can send these "special case" messages
> to? The RC development team could then each access this IMAP server
> from their own RC installations to troubleshoot the handling of the
> We'd have to keep the login credentials relatively secure, and
> somebody would have to volunteer an IMAP server.
> What does everyone think?
Sounds like a great idea to me. I'll be happy to host a test-case
account on my secure server (OpenBSD + Courier imaps/pop3s).
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