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rfc-822

We have noticed also some strange behaivior in the gwia as we upgraded
from 7.03 towards 8.01

Some things are handled differently.

For instance:

We had to set smtp/mime- message formatting-out bound settings- MIME
and not RFC-822. (7.02hp1 had set it on rfc-822)

If we do not do that, attachments look like wierd language in other
mail systems like gmail/hotmail.

Can any give some clue on this?
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Re: rfc-822

Alex Warmerdam wrote:
> We have noticed also some strange behaivior in the gwia as we upgraded
> from 7.03 towards 8.01
>
> Some things are handled differently.
>
> For instance:
>
> We had to set smtp/mime- message formatting-out bound settings- MIME
> and not RFC-822. (7.02hp1 had set it on rfc-822)



It shouldn't have. There did seem to be in GW 7 a few GWIAs that were
set that way
>
> If we do not do that, attachments look like wierd language in other
> mail systems like gmail/hotmail.
>
> Can any give some clue on this?


working correctly. It ALWAYS should be mime. The older standard uses
uuencoding and is not very compatibile anymore
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Re: rfc-822

On Fri, 06 Nov 2009 16:10:32 GMT, Michael Bell
<mikebell90@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

Hi,

> > Can any give some clue on this?

>
> working correctly. It ALWAYS should be mime. The older standard uses
> uuencoding and is not very compatibile anymore


Thanks, could someone give some developer a bit of inspiration then 😄


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