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configset listname max_mime_header_length = [VALUE]
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Default Value : 128
Data Type     : integer
Category      : moderate
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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EXAMPLE:
configset listname max_mime_header_length = 128

Sets the maximum length of any single header in a MIME part in number
of characters. Set to zero to disable the MIME header length check. 
Actual MIME header size and a boolean for exceeding this limit can be
tested in access_rules.

Some mail reading programs are subject to crashing or security exploits
when passed messages with MIME headers that exceed a certain length.
While these mailers are definitely flawed and their users should contact
the manufacturers for upgrades, this variable is provided to filter out
such messages.

Note that this setting does not implement any filtering for the security
exploits that can occur in the contents of the various parts of the body
of a message; this must be done with appropriate settings of taboo_body,
attachment_rules, and attachment_filters.


See Also:
   help access_variables  (for what to test in access_rules)
   help admin_moderate
   help configset_access_rules  (how to trap violations of this limit)
   help configset_admin_body
   help configset_admin_headers
   help configset_attachment_filters
   help configset_attachment_rules
   help configset_max_header_line_length  (to limit the size of one header line)
   help configset_max_total_header_length
   help configset_maxlength
   help configset_taboo_body
   help configset_taboo_headers

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