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David Kramer <david at> writes:

> Jim Long said that my emails to this list come to him with some lines long and 
> some lines short, and all lines end in "=20".
> Does anyone else see this?

That didn't happen on the copy I received. It sounds like Jim saw a 
mangled quoted-printable encoded message. 

What's he using for mail? I've seen a number of cases like that over 
the past few years that appeared to be caused by Exchange or Outlook, 
but I never had enough data to verify that, and it didn't occur frequently
enough for properly diagnosing it to become a priority.

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