I apologize, my misunderstanding.
How is the weather in Portugal? Spent some time at Compultense in Madrid but
never had the chance to check out anything much beyond that.
Have a prosperous year.-----Original Message-----
From: Paulo Matos [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 1:11 PM
Cc: ‘Jesse Vincent’; ‘Samuel Tardieu’; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: [rt-users] Re: Email encoding
On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, AJ wrote:
aj> I actually do not think that is RT’s fault however. Have you tried
aj> attaching the attachment via the gui and then sending it back? That
aj> to work but sending it via email messed up the content type.
All interaction described before as "RT" is done via web
aj> I noticed that if you attach via the gui, the headers go in correctly
aj> the headers and content-type field in the attachments table. However,
aj> you email it, the attachment goes in as multipart/mixed. I think this
aj> the behavior of the MTA because it looks like the mailgate just grabs
aj> it is given. I thought it might be an Exchange thing…
I don't use Exchange as MTA! I haven't yet debug what reaches the
mailgate. But the construction of the message (including attachments) is
done by RT.
RT does it all ok (set boundaries, content-type, charset), except
translating the 1st attachment (the response message itself) from utf-8 to
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