>>>>> "WB" == Whitlock, Brad <BWhitloc@micro.honeywell.com> writes:
WB> Some mailers now seem to be putting not just non-ascii attachments but
WB> also the main body of the email behind a MIME header.
But if they're still sending text/plain, it will still be readable (sort of;
this is a bit hackish and will result in some garbage, but the commands
will still be processed).
WB> Presumably a MIME-aware majordomo would be able to read the MIME
WB> segments and process majordomo commands in them.
Well, only for text/plain, encoded however you want (q-p, base64). I
certainly hope that Majordomo never tries to deal with commands in
text/html or application/x-msword. Text should be text.
Now, the current development version is fully MIME aware and can handle
multipart messages with text/plain parts. It can also use attachments as
arguments to commands (so you can subscribe a list of addresses which you