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Texting, texting, one two three

On Monday 18 November 2002 11:58 pm, John Chambers wrote:
> David Kramer writes:
> | Jim Long said that my emails to this list come to him with some lines
> | lon= g and=20
> | some lines short, and all lines end in "=3D20".
> |
> | Does anyone else see this?
> Yup. It's the "quoted-printable" encoding. The header lines
> include:
> User-Agent: KMail/1.4.3
> MIME-Version: 1.0
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
> Actually, this time there was  the  even  funnier  "=3D20",
> which is presumably due to an original "=20" being encoded,
> which turned the '=' into "=3D". I've seen 4 or 5 levels of
> this encoding used, which produces some strange wallpaper.
> Sure would be nice if plain text could arrive undamaged.

OK, I just tried switching to 8-bit, I think.  Let's see how this text prints 
out.  I'm just gonna type some text here so it wraps for a couple of lines.  
I haven't been using KMail for that  long.  I have one more setting to try 
after this if it doesn't work.  Thanks for your indulgence.

DDDD   David Kramer         david at
DKK D  "I still say a church steeple with a lightening rod on
DK KD  top shows a lack of confidence." 
DDDD                                                           - Doug McLeod 

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