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Author r.david.murray
Recipients Alex Corcoles, barry, r.david.murray, xtreak
Date 2018-10-11.15:31:21
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Can you demonstrate that policy.default and policy.SMTP produce a subject with newlines?  If they do, that is a serious bug.

Please don't reopen the issue.  I'll reopen it if you convince me there is a bug :)

The statement you suggest we add is not appropriate[*], since the python3 email library *is* a high level library now.  If it isn't handling something for you when you use policy.default or policy.SMTP, then that is a bug.  (Well, it's MIME Multipart handling still leaves something to be still have to know more than is optimal about multiparts, but the hooks are there for someone to improve that aspect further.)

[*] The part about the protocol is certainly true, though :)
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