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Re: [Nmh-workers] mhfixmsg on a pathological mail

From: Håkon Alstadheim
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] mhfixmsg on a pathological mail
Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2017 18:57:03 +0200
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Den 18. aug. 2017 17:53, skrev Ken Hornstein:
> You know, I've only been vaguely following this, but I tried to go back
> and I am confused now.  Two dumb questions:
> 1) What is happening to that email when you run mhfixmsg on it?

The mail in question (i.e. with ^M at end of every line, both headers
and body) ends up with nothing but a single instance of the mime
boundary in the body of the mail. i.e

> 2) What do you want to happen?

Ideally everything with content-type text/whatever gets
content-transfer-encoding 8bit (or 7bit if it fits). Anything readable
would be better than current base64. This is for purposes of
Spam-checking and full-body searching.

> --Ken
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