Dan Nelson wrote:
> In the last episode (Apr 23), Jonas Wallden said:
>> <sascha.n[at]aon.at> wrote:
>>> When an email sent with <email>/ contains a long line (~1000+ chars), at
>>> some point spaces are inserted into the message "randomly".
>> Grubba is the expert on this but it's supposedly a line length limit part
>> of SMTP. We've encountered the same thing when generating HTML emails and
>> since randomly inserting linebreks isn't always safe we chose to use
>> base64 transfer encoding instead.
> quoted-printable might be a better choice; if your data is mainly text it
> will only be slightly larger than unencoded, and is still mostly readable
> without decoding.
Thank you for all your replies. <email mimeencoding="quoted-printable"
....>/ does do the trick.