On Tuesday, May 01, 2012 06:55:20 PM Riku Voipio wrote: ... > Honesstly. my grievance is really just having to convert things to 7bit.. s ... In the future, you're likely to still be stuck doing this for other 'fun' reasons. The one I ran into recently was that 8 bit -> 7 bit conversions will break DKIM signatures, so it's only safe (from a reliability perspective) to sign 8 bit mail if you know the entire path is 8 bit clean. Since there's really no way to know that, now I flatten everything to 7 bit and then sign it. Scott K
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