Re: Emacsen MUA
Daniel Pittman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Does a message necessarily need to be MIME when it uses
>> non-ascii characters?
> Yes. :)
> Seriously, email without MIME is defined to be US-ASCII 7-bit only in
> the standards. Most mailers pass 8-bit these days, but not all, and
> without a MIME type you can't trust the eighth bit to mean what you
> intended for all your readers.
You are right. When MIME was mentioned, I had in mind multipart
messages but this is something else.
Thanks for remind this.