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Summary: Avoid warnings in AutoWhitelist when Received header
is bad or misparsed
Jari Fredriksson wrote on the ML on 2010-04-07:
Apr 7 10:07:41 lancaster check: Use of uninitialized value
$origip in concatenation (.) or string at
/usr/local/share/perl/5.10.0/Mail/SpamAssassin/AutoWhitelist.pm line 346.
3.3.1 in Debian Lenny, compiled via CPAN.
I have not seen this message before, but now it came. I have no idea of
the message which caused this.
My reply was:
Probably as a result of a syntactically incorrect Received header field,
or incorrect parsing of it (see bug 6402).
Here below is a patch to avoid warnings (which are innocent, but still...)
Please open a bug report so that we can properly fold-in the patch.
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