Re: the right bug severity in case of mbox formats
I demand that Jakub Wilk may or may not have written...
> * Simon McVittie <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 2012-11-28, 19:16:
>> If you don't restrict yourself to avoiding MIME, any piece of text (or
>> indeed any bytestring) becomes losslessly representable. In particular,
>> MUAs supporting quoted-printable and/or Base64 can avoid sending
>> messages matching /^From / by using MIME and quoted-printable-encoding
>> them. Adam's MUA, which appears to be mutt, does so by using QP,
>> without special effort from him.
> mutt indeed has an option to that (encode_from), but it's disabled by
It would make sense to have that enabled by default, and to ensure that all
software in Debian which produces MIME quoted-printable does this, or at
least can do this.
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