>> Strange. At least the prefix '[dept-linux/pedago]' works at my test
>> site. What is your version of Python and what is your list language
>> I may be able to look into the problem if you can send me the copy of
>> original post message.
> I don't have access to the server for now on order to know the exact
> It is on a MacOsX server 10.0.4 (postfix) (default mailman
> installation), all lists are in French, they are all working well,
> except one list for which the subject prefix is not used. All mails to
> this list are deliver without prefix, but are in pipermail with the prefix.
There is one point in the CookHeader.py where we abort prefixing:
prefix_subject(mlist, msg, msgdata)
except (UnicodeError, ValueError):
# TK: Sometimes subject header is not MIME encoded for 8bit
# simply abort prefixing.
This means your clients should be MIME compliant if they want to get
full service from Mailman. :-(
But, in this case, no prefix should appear in the pipermail archive.
I may be able to subscribe to your list and get some mail and browse the
archive if your list policy accepts.
Tokio Kikuchi, [email protected] is.kochi-u.ac.jp
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