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Assumpte: [exim-dev] [Bug 455] fakereject behaves differently than deny message
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             Status|NEW                         |ASSIGNED

------- Comment #2 from holmgren@??? 2007-01-27 17:50 -------
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Let smtp_respond() perform the wrapping

I post the full function here as well. It features some improvements over the
old code:
- Can break lines at separators, not just spaces (not necessarily a good idea
since we should probably avoid wrapping email addresses).
- Enforces the maximum response line length (512 bytes).
- Trims off whitespace that ends up at the end or beginning of a line (the
later not necessarily a wanted behaviour).
- Sends one long line if no_multiline_responses is set. Can the software that
can't handle multiline responses handle long lines?

I had an idea that we should only break after a colon if everything thereafter
up to the next newline or the end of the string can fit on the next line, but
that's probably not worth it.

smtp_respond(uschar* code, int codelen, BOOL final, uschar *msg)
int esclen = 0;
uschar *esc = US"";

if (!final && no_multiline_responses) return;

if (codelen > 4)
esc = code + 4;
esclen = codelen - 4;

while (isspace(*msg)) msg++;

for (;;)
int i;
uschar *eol = NULL, *colon = NULL, *p = msg;

  /* Break a long message into a multiline message. This works as follows:
     If a newline or terminating null is found, stop.
     If the line so far is at least 35 characters and a suitable break point
     is found, remember it. Colons are remembered specially.
     If the line so far is at least 75 characters and a suitable break point
     has been found, stop.
     If the maximum line length is reached, stop even if no break point has
     been found.
     If no_multiline_responses is true, we don't look for places to break,
     only newlines. Lines can be long instead.
  for (i = 0; (!eol || i < 75) && i < 509 - codelen; i++)
    if (*p == '\0' || *p == '\n')
      eol = p;
    else if (i > 35 && !no_multiline_responses)
      if (strchr(",;:!?)]}>/&+-=*^|", *(p-1))
          || strchr("([{<#$\\", *p))
        eol = p;
        if (*(p-1) == ':') colon = eol;
      else if (isspace(*p)) eol = p;

/* We prefer breaking after a colon if there is one */
if (colon) eol = colon;

if (!eol) eol = p; /* Last resort */
else p = eol;

  if (*msg)
    while (isspace(*(eol-1))) eol--;    /* Trim end of line */

  while (isspace(*p)) p++;        /* See if there is anything but space left */

  if (*p == '\0' || no_multiline_responses)  /* Apparently we found the last
line */
    smtp_printf("%.3s%c%.*s%.*s\r\n", code, final? ' ':'-', esclen, esc,
      (int)(eol - msg), msg);
    smtp_printf("%.3s-%.*s%.*s\r\n", code, esclen, esc, (int)(eol - msg), msg);
    msg = p;

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