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Thu Sep 16 21:04:38 UTC 2010
On Thursday 16 September 2010 18:38, Vladimir Dronnikov wrote:
> > Better to always accept both \n and \r\n as valid
> How to distinguish \r being a part _of the real data_ from \r being a
> part of CRNL then?
Similar question: "How to distinguish \r\n being a part of the real data
from \r\n being a part of CRNL?"
Answer to both: no way to do that. Email was not designed to be
a binary-transparent protocol. That's why uuenciode and base64
Therefore stripping all \r which are directly followed by \n
is not going to create problems.
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