The aox reparse command looks for messages that
could not be parsed, and tries to parse them using workarounds that
have been added more recently. If the new parse attempt succeeds, the old
message is deleted and the new one inserted in its place.
There are two options, -e and -v. -v increases verbosity, -e helps to report errors.
If any nonspam arrives
but could not be parsed, we
can try to add another parser workaround. Use
-e to produce files suitable for a bug report (anonymised if
aox reparse -e -v -v forces cleartext).
In case of questions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last modified: 2010-11-19