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Turn RFC comliance checking entirely
Attila Nagy <bra(at)fsn.hu>
2003-12-04 10:45:08 [ FULL ]
Hello,

I am experimenting with two webmail applications and Pound. Squirrelmail 
and Horde/IMP. Each of them produces many many illegal URLs and while I 
am pretty confident that the best approach is to fix the applications I 
have to make them work.

Other than the newly introduced variables (CSqval and the others) is it 
possible to turn off these checks and simply let through everything?

Thanks,[...]

Re: Turn RFC comliance checking entirely
Robert Segall <roseg(at)apsis.ch>
2003-12-04 10:47:54 [ FULL ]
On Thursday 04 December 2003 10:45, Attila Nagy wrote:[...]

In 1.6 (and -current) the URL checking is off by default. If you want to 
enable it you have to do so explicitly in the config file.[...]

Re: Turn RFC comliance checking entirely
luuk(at)wxs.nl
2003-12-04 11:05:03 [ FULL ]
<cut> [...]

question robert do you mean the option:

-enable-unsafe / -disable-unsafe

or is there some other config?

luuk

Re: Turn RFC comliance checking entirely
Attila Nagy <bra(at)fsn.hu>
2003-12-04 11:16:04 [ FULL ]
Robert Segall wrote:[...]
Just upgraded and works great!

Thanks,[...]

Re: Turn RFC comliance checking entirely
Attila Nagy <bra(at)fsn.hu>
2003-12-04 12:19:21 [ FULL ]
luuk(at)wxs.nl wrote:[...]
It is the CheckURL config file directive.

Check the man page:

CheckURL value
If value is 1 check the requested URL for correct syntax. If value is 0
(default) no checking is performed, and additional CSsegment or similar
directives are quietly ignored.
[...]

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