From: Roberto S. G. <roberto.santos@un...> - 2004-10-29 16:48:22
(though, as i've stated in previous messages, seems that outlook make
incorrect decisions (quoted-printable encoding) when sending a pdf file),
i'd like to ask just one related question...
"in my particular case", this line, first introduced in version 1.23
(Wed Feb 23 10:31:27 2000 UTC) of functions/mime.php by "gustavf" :
while (ereg("=\n", $body))
$body = ereg_replace ("=\n", "", $body);
repetitively mangled what, before this code (just with the previous
"$body = quoted_printable_decode($body);" ), was a correctly
quoted-printable decoded attachment...
I'd like to gently ask gustavf, or any other one who knows this, if
there's *really* a reason for this two lines to exist... (or if it's
just that Ms. outlook do not follow quoted-printable conventions..., or
if it's possible that quoted-printable contains "ambiguous" cases "per se" )
thanx for the attention,