Mike Oliver wrote:
> Daniel Liston <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Roger B.A. Klorese wrote:
>>>B) In general, visible "=20" has to do with improperly setting the MIME
>>>information on the HTML message.
>>So you are saying that these lines should be added to the headers of the
>>message being created, in order to prevent the =20?
>>-Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"
> More likely 'Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable'. =20 is the
> quoted-printable representation of a space, ASCII 0x20.
Thanks Mike, but I am confused. Is the "7bit" the cause and the
"quoted-printable" the cure? Or the other way around? Frank did
not provide any information about his mods for us to know which
way he did it. When I search my spam folders, the only place I
get HTML mail, I only see the =20 pattern in messages with the
To be fair, I only eye-balled the first 5-10 out of several thousand.
I did a search on =20 in the mail folder, then back tracked to the
Encoding. When I searched on 7bit, and scrolled through the body of
the message, I did not find/see any =20 patterns.
From: "Roger B.A. Klorese" <email@example.com>
From: Mike Oliver <Mike.Oliver@Sun.COM>