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Slight retraction

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on June 10, 2008 03:36 AM
After much head scraching, dawned on me to try the --header option. Supplied the Content-Type for multipart/alternative eventhough there is already a Content-Type header line present. So this added charset support and support for multipart emails. Haven't tried to add an attachment and change the Content-Type. Suspect would still be able to send text/html but would have to make a few adjustments.

So i'm proud to say got Japanese plain text working and Japanese plain text and html working.

Still can't email Dean. Lets start a "Where's Dean" movement. Maybe that will draw him out of the closet...

Kind Regards,
Dave Faulkmore


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