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Re: [OT] Re: unsuscribe



>>>>> Eduardo M KALINOWSKI <eduardo@kalinowski.com.br> writes:
>>>>> On Qui, 01 Set 2011, Tony van der Hoff wrote:

 >> This one didn't (here).

 >> Is there any concensus on what/how/when these footers are added? It
 >> seems quite random to me.

 > That message was GPG-signed, the footer is not added because it would
 > break the signature. (Actually, it was added to another part of the
 > multi-part message, but I could only see that by looking at the
 > message source.)

 > I believe HTML mails also do not get the footer (or something along
 > the same lines is done).

	Curiously enough, the message I'm replying to [1] didn't have
	the footer, either.  (I'm looking at it as raw text, so MIME
	doesn't matter.)

	However, its Content-Type: is:

Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed; DelSp=Yes

	Which, I guess, is to be blamed for that, thanks to “DelSp=Yes”.
	Seemingly, the mailing list software only adds the footer for
	the single-part messages whose Content-Type: it recognizes.

[1] 20110901150151.Horde.x0w0JMm_qOVOX8iP2ktQy4A@mail.kalinowski.com.br">news:20110901150151.Horde.x0w0JMm_qOVOX8iP2ktQy4A@mail.kalinowski.com.br

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