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reported to Mozilla's bugtracker and are happy to announce that our
patches would provide an option to accept only secure protocols, as
a user opt-in. These patches will be submitted to Mozilla's bugtracker
- and hopefully integrated upstream.
and hopefully integrated upstream.
([[!tails_ticket 7064]])
## A.1.2 Make our improvements maintainable for future versions of Icedove
We've been following up on upstreaming patches from tagnaq's paper
and are happy to see that two of them were included upstream
We've been following up on upstreaming patches from
[tagnaq's paper](https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/raw-attachment/wiki/doc/TorifyHOWTO/EMail/Thunderbird/Thunderbird%2BTor.pdf)
and are happy to see that two of them were included upstream.
([[!tails_ticket 6150]])
* Date headers are sanitized with a JS patch in torbirdy:
https://trac.torproject.org/6314
* Message-ID headers are fixed with a C++ patch in Thunderbird 45:
https://hg.mozilla.org/comm-central/rev/a8573d4c67292962f9dd9b8f51496e9f62bbedb7
Unfortunately we also discovered that Icedove's autoconfig wizard does
not always use the configured proxy. This means, that some traffic leaks.
- @Date@ headers are sanitized with a [JS patch in
TorBirdy](https://trac.torproject.org/6314).
- @Message-ID@ headers are fixed with a [C++ patch in Thunderbird
45](https://hg.mozilla.org/comm-central/rev/a8573d4c67292962f9dd9b8f51496e9f62bbedb7).
Unfortunately we also discovered that the autoconfig wizard of Icedove does
not always use the configured proxy. This means, that some traffic can leak.
However, in Tails we drop non-Tor traffic by default, but we think that
it's important to provide a patch for this bug and started to write a
PoC.
proof-of-concept.
In order to make our improvements maintainaible we've furthermore gotten
in touch with the Debian Icedove packaging team and writen manual tests for
user who help test Icedove in Tails.
([[!tails_ticket 9493]])
These will still be converted to automated tests for our test suite.
In order to make our improvements maintainable we've gotten
in touch with the Debian Icedove packaging team and written manual tests for
testing Icedove in Tails. ([[!tails_ticket 9493]])
These still have to be converted to automated tests in our test suite.
## A.1.3 Integrate Icedove into Tails
Since 1.8 we advertise Icedove to our users over Claws Mail.
Users may now use persistence with Icedove.
Since 1.8 we advertise Icedove to our users as the default email client in
Tails. Claws Mail will be removed in the next release of Tails, version 2.0.
Users can now use the Icedove persistence feature.
# B. Improve our quality assurance process
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