Old 'popfile??.msg.flush' files can be left in the 'messages' directory structure
|Reported by:||Brian Smith||Owned by:||naoki iimura|
When POPFile receives unexpected information from a POP3 server, such as extra information after the body of an email message, POPFile temporarily stores this information in a 'popfile??.msg.flush' file for transmission to the email client. POPFile does not try to use this unexpected information when it analyses the email message.
These 'popfile??.msg.flush' files are supposed to be deleted automatically (I think) but they can be left behind. Need to check the source code and either (1) fix the code (Bayes.pm?) that handles the deletion of these files or (2) add new code to ensure these files get deleted when it is safe to do so.