On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 8:47 PM Ronald F. Guilmette <address@hidden
If this ever comes up again, what is the Right Answer? Given a single
part email message with the MIME headers I've described above, what is
the simplest way for a person, such as myself, to be able to view the
raw HTML (but decoded out of base64, of course)?
base64 -d message
I'm not near my nmh mailbox, but something very similar to that should work. You could also use "mhn -store" to extract the various parts (do this in a secure scratch area as it'll piddle files that you'll want to remove later and which have the sensitive link). It looks like "mhstore" is the more modern and non-depricated way to do this. I don't recall offhand if it'll decode them back to ASCII or not, but the resulting ###.html file can then be rendered by your web browser of choice (CLI or GUI).