Sounds like quoted-printable encoding... =3D would be inserted where it wants ASCII x'3D' to be inserted. Other =XX codes can also be inserted, where XX is the hex ASCII code to insert. If the last character of a line is "=" then the line should be joined with the next line before displaying it to a user... A properly formatted e-mail document will say that the body is quoted-printable in the heading for the e-mail body. There are, however, many e-mails that are not properly formatted and do not properly list the body as quoted-printable. :( The official resource on the format of an E-mail body is RFC 2045. If you skip down to section 6.7, you'll get a detailed description of how quoted-printable works. Here's a link to the RFC: http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2045.html On Tue, 23 Mar 2004, Metz, Zak wrote: > Thank Philipp, I recognized that. What's throwing me is the sporadic > "3D"s and missing closing double quotes (which do appear in when the > mail is downloaded to the client). >
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