Frederick C. wrote:
On 12 Oct 2008, at 20:33, Xdmx X. wrote:
Isn’t that normal? Give that the encoding is quoted printable, = signs
have to be escaped. It does that with the mails I send and it does not
cause a problem.
My emails do however contain a full html document (ie with a doctype,
a top level html tag, a head tag, a body tag etc… rather than just a
I don’t know if it normal, but it doesn’t seems to me
Actually i put only the html between body and /body excluded. I don’t
know how good is to put also the html and head stuff. I think it’d add
some points to antispam software like spamassassin, and in the webmail
there would be 2 tags.
Btw i’ve tried to add the html and head tags, and at least on my webmail
now it recognize the links.
But i don’t know how right is to set the encode in the html/head, as
there is the value on the mail which tell the encode: Content-Type: