I have a similar and possibly related question.
mine is not a problem with majordomo but with MS Exchange. I was hoping
that someone else has dealt with this on their list.
MS Exchange attaches a UUENCODED file to end of emails that contains the
Rich Text Formatting. It is called WINMAIL.DAT. As far as I can tell
there is NO way to turn this feature off completely.
I have installed MS Outlook to confirm the problem. It seems to attach
this file randomly.
My question is of two parts.
1) Does anyone know of a way to permanently disable this 'feature'?
2) If there a way that the WINMAIL.DAT files could be filtered out and kept
from being resent to the list?
To help answer Peter Bostrom's question. I would bet that it is the
WINMAIL.DAT attachment (UUENCODED) that is causing the messages to end in
'=20' or '='
I'll try get Outlook to send an email message with the WINMAL.DAT file in
my next email