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SubjectRe: Whining about MIME formatted email
Ragnar Hojland Esp writes:
> On Fri, Sep 08, 2000 at 11:10:13PM +0200, Kurt Garloff wrote:
> > Stop making stupid statements like this, please, and comparing well-d=
> efined
> > RFC standards with proprietary formats.=20
> > MIME is a way for people that happen to use non 7bit characters to be=
> able
> > to print their name correctly, even in presence of MTAs somewhere in =
> between
> You can say it louder but you can't say it clearer. I'd love to know t=
> hat
> my surname shows up correctly everywhere. <asbestos> BTW, mutt shows M=
> patches in plain text without any problems </>

That would be the "H=F8jland" in your .sig, right?
No problem, '=' is a standard character.

My MUA has been RFC-compliant since before this "MIME" thing existed,
so I can see the full ASCII character set. That includes the carat,
underscore, back tick, backslash, vertical bar, at symbol, octothorpe,
and both braces.

> --=20
> ____/| Ragnar H=F8jland Freedom - Linux - OpenGL Fingerprint =
> 94C4B
> \ o.O| 2F0D27DE025BE2=
> 302C
> =3D(_)=3D "Thou shalt not follow the NULL pointer for 104B78C56 =
> B72F0822
> U chaos and madness await thee at its end." hkp://keys.pgp=
> =2Ecom
> Handle via comment channels only.
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