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# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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"""Extend mailbox.UnixMailbox.

import sys
import mailbox

import email
from email.Parser import Parser
from email.Errors import MessageParseError

from Mailman import mm_cfg
from Mailman.Message import Generator
from Mailman.Message import Message

    True, False
except NameError:
    True = 1
    False = 0

def _safeparser(fp):
        return email.message_from_file(fp, Message)
    except MessageParseError:
        # Don't return None since that will stop a mailbox iterator
        return ''

class Mailbox(mailbox.PortableUnixMailbox):
    def __init__(self, fp):
        mailbox.PortableUnixMailbox.__init__(self, fp, _safeparser)

    # msg should be an rfc822 message or a subclass.
    def AppendMessage(self, msg):
        # Check the last character of the file and write a newline if it isn't
        # a newline (but not at the beginning of an empty file).
  , 2)
        except IOError, e:
            # Assume the file is empty.  We can't portably test the error code
            # returned, since it differs per platform.
            if <> '\n':
        # Seek to the last char of the mailbox, 2)
        # Create a Generator instance to write the message to the file
        g = Generator(self.fp)
        g.flatten(msg, unixfrom=True)
        # Add one more trailing newline for separation with the next message
        # to be appended to the mbox.
        print >> self.fp

# This stuff is used by  It provides an
# opportunity for the built-in archiver to scrub archived messages of nasty
# things like attachments and such...
def _archfactory(mailbox):
    # The factory gets a file object, but it also needs to have a MailList
    # object, so the clearest <wink> way to do this is to build a factory
    # function that has a reference to the mailbox object, which in turn holds
    # a reference to the mailing list.  Nested scopes would help here, BTW,
    # but we can't rely on them being around (e.g. Python 2.0).
    def scrubber(fp, mailbox=mailbox):
        msg = _safeparser(fp)
        if msg == '':
            return msg
        return mailbox.scrub(msg)
    return scrubber

class ArchiverMailbox(Mailbox):
    # This is a derived class which is instantiated with a reference to the
    # MailList object.  It is build such that the factory calls back into its
    # scrub() method, giving the scrubber module a chance to do its thing
    # before the message is archived.
    def __init__(self, fp, mlist):
        if mm_cfg.ARCHIVE_SCRUBBER:
            self._scrubber = sys.modules[mm_cfg.ARCHIVE_SCRUBBER].process
            self._scrubber = None
        self._mlist = mlist
        mailbox.PortableUnixMailbox.__init__(self, fp, _archfactory(self))

    def scrub(self, msg):
        if self._scrubber:
            return self._scrubber(self._mlist, msg)
            return msg