From: Hill, Brett <hillrb@nl...> - 2011-07-15 12:52:25
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas Eckardt [mailto:Thomas.Eckardt@...]
> Sent: Friday, July 15, 2011 2:02 AM
> To: ASSP development mailing list
> Subject: [Assp-test] Antwort: Re:Forwardsto
> notspamaddressnotwhitelistingaddresses ASSP 1.9
> IMHO - forwarding a mail will remove the original header and will add some
> new header lines (forwarded by/to or similar).
> What assp supports is sending/reporting a mail as attachment. In this case
> the attachment will contain the complete original header.
Except that when I forward (from Outlook 2010), some of the original header must be staying intact because of the fact that it's picking up that messageid address still.
> check that the Perl module 'HTML::Entities' is available in your
> installation - this should be per default - but who knows?.
> > perl -e "use HTML::Entities; print HTML::Entities::decode('Våre
> norske tegn bør æres');"
> this should print something like:
> 'VÕre norske tegn b°r µres'
> how ever - without any error;
I copied/pasted your syntax to the command-line and it output what you said.
> It would be good to know, what your client is doing with a forwarded HTML
> mail. Just forward such mail (the same way like to assp - but not through
> assp!) to another local account. How looks the MIME-source of the received
> mail? Is the source simply 'HTML encoded' or is it 'HTML encoded->HTML
Forwarded to Fritz.
From: Fritz Borgstedt <fb@iw...> - 2011-07-15 13:40:19
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>Except that when I forward (from Outlook 2010), some of the original
>header must be staying intact because of the fact that it's picking
>up that messageid address still.
The message-id is from the new header.