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Author memeplex
Recipients memeplex
Date 2009-03-06.07:51:13
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For example, after that "normalization", quoted printable encoded
headers (as described at rfc 2047) longer than 76 characters are
splitted in two different ill-formed headers because the soft LF line
break becomes a "hard" CRLF one. This is clearly wrong.

rfc 2060 specifically allows CR and LF inside literals:

"""
A literal is a sequence of zero or more octets (including CR and LF),
prefix-quoted with an octet count in the form of an open brace ("{"),
the number of octets, close brace ("}"), and CRLF.
"""
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2009-03-06 07:51:17memeplexsetmessageid: <1236325877.36.0.637700625895.issue5430@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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