Re: processing incoming
On Sun, 3 Nov 1996, Brian C. White wrote:
=bcwhite=>> I would agree with Boris that as a matter of courtesy, it
=bcwhite=>> is better to assure that all mail readers will display the
=bcwhite=>> body of the message without requiring any extra steps. Some
=bcwhite=>> mail readers will not automatically display your message if
=bcwhite=>> it is encoded.
=bcwhite=>If the mail program does not support MIME, then it will just
=bcwhite=>display the MIME separators. All of the body text should still
=bcwhite=>be intact and perfectly readable.
=bcwhite=>If a mail readed notices MIME encoding then it must recognize MIME,
=bcwhite=>so why is it not displaying it? If it was base64 encoded then I
=bcwhite=>could understand why, but body text is generally not altered.
in pine, if it's a aplication/pgp mime, then i have to save it to a
file, and then read, or fire up Mail
i don't like this, anyway, lars's mails are ok, i c the body.
why not use it like this?
"Boris D. Beletsky" <email@example.com>
Nicaragua st. 3/15 Jerusalem Israel 96586
For pgp public key, e-mail me
with subject "get pgp-key"
"The more laws and order are made prominent, the more thieves and
robbers there will be." -- Lao Tsu
TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THIS MAILING LIST: e-mail the word "unsubscribe" to
debian-devel-REQUEST@lists.debian.org . Trouble? e-mail to Bruce@Pixar.com