>>>>> "RA" == Russ Allbery <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
RA> I'm suspicious of this line:
And rightfully so, since it was the problem.
>> Content-Disposition: inline; filename="mj-tmp.4018.AAB"
RA> Is this really needed? I have a feeling some clients are going to do
RA> odd things with it.
That has turned out to be the problem. Even though text/plain is supposed
to be text/plain, it seems that M$ is smarter than the folks who wrote
RFC2045-2049. Or at least they think so. They look at the file and apply
additional interpretation based on the extension. Coincidence mapped the
tempfile names to something that made sense to windows. Joy.
The reason that line is there is that originally MIME-tools didn't provide
a way to get rid of it; recent versions do but I had not yet taken
advantage of that functionality. I have done so, and reports are that the
problems have done away. (The fixed version is not yet running on the test
Over 4% of all interaction with the test server has been done using Outlook
Express. "Be conservative in what you send...."