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From: Vox (vox_at_gnulinux.org.mx)
Date: Fri Nov 15 2002 - 12:38:34 CST
This time Jason Baker <jbakerfilonet.ca>
becomes daring and writes:
> On November 14, 2002 22:34, Another Happy Linux User wrote:
>> ===================<message as viewed normally>===============
>> [discuss] testing silly pgp sig problem
>> Vox <voxgnulinux.org.mx> (Grupo de Usuarios de GNU/Linux de
> Aha, I think that's indeed the cause - the entire thing should be a
> mimetype multipart/alternative (don't quote me, this is from memory over
> a year old), with text/plan for the body, which isn't marked with a
> mime-type at all.
> One of Vox's messages seemed to indicate that was in there when it was
> leaving his system, though? Can you confirm, Vox?
That's right, my mails seem to be having the boundaries between the
different parts of the message ripped off by something :/ They leave
my system with boundaries, arrive to the list recipients without
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