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Email parsing library with a focus on reliably handling malformed data

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Email header decoding

use rustyknife::behaviour::Intl;
use rustyknife::types::{DomainPart, DotAtom, Mailbox};
use rustyknife::rfc5322::{Address, Group, Mailbox as IMFMailbox};
use rustyknife::rfc5322::from;

let (rem, parsed) = from::<Intl>(b"  A Group(Some people)\r
 :Chris Jones <c@(Chris's host.)public.example>,\r
 joe@example.org,\r
 John <jdoe@one.test> (my dear friend); (the end of the group)\r\n").unwrap();

// `rem` contains the unparsed remainder.
assert!(rem.is_empty());
assert_eq!(parsed, [Address::Group(Group{
       dname: "A Group".into(),
       members: vec![
           IMFMailbox { dname: Some("Chris Jones".into()),
                        address: Mailbox::from_imf(b"c@public.example").unwrap() },
           IMFMailbox { dname: None,
                        address: Mailbox::from_imf(b"joe@example.org").unwrap() },
           IMFMailbox { dname: Some("John".into()),
                        address: Mailbox::from_imf(b"jdoe@one.test").unwrap() }
       ]
   })]);

ESMTP command parsing

use rustyknife::behaviour::Intl;
use rustyknife::types::{Mailbox, QuotedString, Domain};
use rustyknife::rfc5321::{mail_command, Path, ReversePath, Param};

let (_, (path, params)) = mail_command::<Intl>(b"MAIL FROM:<\"mr bob\"@example.com> RET=FULL ENVID=abc123\r\n").unwrap();
assert_eq!(path, ReversePath::Path(
           Path(Mailbox(QuotedString::from_smtp(b"\"mr bob\"").unwrap().into(),
                        Domain::from_smtp(b"example.com").unwrap().into()),
           vec![])));
assert_eq!(params, [Param::new("RET", Some("FULL")).unwrap(),
                    Param::new("ENVID", Some("abc123")).unwrap()]);

RFC 2047 encoded word decoding

use rustyknife::rfc2047::encoded_word;
let (_, decoded) = encoded_word(b"=?x-sjis?B?lEWWQI7Kg4GM9ZTygs6CtSiPzik=?=").unwrap();
assert_eq!(decoded, "忍法写メ光飛ばし(笑)");

Modules

behaviour

Types used for varying parser behaviour.

headersection

Robust parser for extracting a header section from a mail message

rfc2047

Header extensions for non-ASCII text

rfc2231

Encoded MIME parameters

rfc3461

SMTP DSN (delivery status notification) extension

rfc5321

Parsers for SMTP command syntax

rfc5322

Parsers for Internet Message Format messages.

types

Types shared by SMTP and Internet Message Format

xforward

Postfix XFORWARD SMTP extension parser

Type Definitions

NomResult

Shortcut type for taking in bytes and spitting out a success or NomError.