On Wed, Mar 21, 2001 at 04:41:21PM +0000, Jules Bean wrote: > On Wed, Mar 21, 2001 at 10:29:21AM -0600, Taral wrote: > > Well, either your mailer isn't q-p encoding your messages or l.d.o is > > unencoding them. Either way, l.d.o should use q-p encoding to quote the > > F rather than corrupting the message content. > > hmm? > > Is l.d.o doing anything at all? You're absolutely right. I'm not sure why I wrote that... Anyway, my intent was that _if_ l.d.o is un-encoding messages, it should re-encode them with q-p. However, I think you're right. l.d.o doesn't change messages except to add a few headers. In that case, ">From" is an MUA/MTA artifact. Does mutt q-p "From " lines? Probably does under PGP/MIME signatures... Easy way to find out: From test -- Taral <email@example.com> Please use PGP/GPG to send me mail. "Never ascribe to malice what can as easily be put down to stupidity."
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