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Status: Verified (2)
RFC 4469, "Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) CATENATE Extension", April 2006Source of RFC: lemonade (app)
Errata ID: 2002
Reported By: Mike Abbott
Date Reported: 2010-01-14
Verifier Name: Alexey Melnikov
Date Verified: 2010-04-02
Section 5 says:
url-resp-text = 1*(%x01-09 / %x0B-0C / %x0E-5B / %x5D-FE) ; Any TEXT-CHAR except "]"
It should say:
url-resp-text = 1*(%x01-09 / %x0B-0C / %x0E-5C / %x5E-FE) ; Any TEXT-CHAR except "]"
The skipped character %x5C is "\" not "]". I think the intent is to omit "]" since url-resp-text is used exclusively inside a [BADURL url-resp-text] response code, and they want to avoid aliasing the closing "]".
Errata ID: 4046
Reported By: Chris Newman
Date Reported: 2014-07-10
Verifier Name: Barry Leiba
Date Verified: 2014-07-10
Section Appendix A says:
S: A003 NO [BADURL "/INBOX;UIDVALIDITY=785799047/;UID=113330; section=1.5.9"] CATENATE append has failed, one message expunged
It should say:
S: A003 NO [BADURL /INBOX;UIDVALIDITY=785799047/;UID=113330; section=1.5.9] CATENATE append has failed, one message expunged
This example treats the url-resp-text in the badurl-response-code as though it were an astring. It is not: it is a bare imapurl, as stated in section 5:
"The astring in the definition of url and the url-resp-text in the
definition of badurl-response-code each contain an imapurl as defined
The example is incorrect, in that the double quotes should be removed so the url-resp-text is a valid imapurl, and only that.