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Author r.david.murray
Recipients apollo13, barry, r.david.murray
Date 2013-09-21.19:39:31
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You are, but you are also calling as_string.  Unicode can not handle 8bit data, therefore the email package must down-transform all data to 7bit when converting it to a string, just like a mail server trying to send to another mail server that can only handle 7bit would do.

If you used BytesGenerator to serialize the message, *then* you would expect to see 8bit utf-8 data in the body.

There are supposed to be tests for these cases, so I have to investigate why the tests are broken, as well :)
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