On Mon, 5 May 1997 13:48:11 -0400 (EDT), Joe Ellis wrote:
>I.E. you send a message that is 80 columns wide, and someone
>replys to it making the lines 81/82 columns wide, and they
>get chopped, and you get the =20 or = stuff.
>I dont think this is really the fault of majordomo, but
>rather the fault of the mail programs sending lines that are
>way too long for normal internet standards. Try to
>recommend that your users either set their line wrap to 50
>lines or so (allows for a few replies, etc) or hit the enter
>key a bit more often :)
What Internet standards are you refering to? RFC 822
(standard of mail messeges) have no limit what so ever.
RFC 822 (SMTP) has 1000 characters per line as the lowest
acceptable upper limit.