>>>>> "CN" == Cyndi Norman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
CN> Someone who I know from my list and another we are both on is
CN> consistantly sending mail that's very badly formatted.
Looks to me like it's just being converted to quoted-printable. It's a
religious issue as to whether that's badly formatted, though it isn't
really readable. We'd have to see the headers to know if this QP munging
was done properly (with proper adjustment of content-transfer-encoding),
but most things get it right these days.
It is not uncommon for an intermediate mail gateway to quoted-printablize a
message. Most gateways think they can do this with impunity. Whether or
not it is right, good, or legal is also a religious issue. MIME-aware
software would make this invisible to you. (Since you're already in Emacs,
why not try Gnus? Gnus+TM handles MIME just fine. TM might even work with