This afternoon, Sean Hammond wrote: > Okay I've changed my gmail setting from utf-8 to what it just calls > "standard". Which is iso-8859-1 with quoted-printable, and about as standard as it gets :). If (as it appears) you're both using GMail's web interface, it might be worth reporting it as a bug. It should be possible to either send the UTF-8 as QP or to include a trivial MIME wrapper so the footer wouldn't be in the base64 bit. It should also be reasonably easy to get the base64 decoder to give something useful, rather than just a blank message. They could even just send 8-bit characters, it's not like there are any non-8-bit-clean mail servers out there any more. That's not really very 'tidy' though. OK, -- Andrew Aylett email@example.com | www.aylett.co.uk 1.79 x 10^12 furlongs per fortnight... -- it's not just a good idea, it's the law!
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