"Non-text message not quoted"

One of our queues gets a lot of mail from non-native english speakers, and
as such we get a lot of mail with:

Content-type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable

Or somesuch. When replying, instead of quoting the text, it gives:

[Non-text message not quoted]

Is this a known bug? Has it been fixed since 2.0.5 (which we’re using)?
Does anyone have a quick hack?

T�o de Hesselle, \ One possible reason that things
Unix Systems Administrator \ aren’t going according to plan
\ is that there never was a plan
University of Technology, Sydney \ in the first place.

Yes. this got fixed around 2.0.7, with some major reworking of the text
quoting stuff.On Mon, Oct 15, 2001 at 03:31:03PM +1000, Teo de Hesselle wrote:

One of our queues gets a lot of mail from non-native english speakers, and
as such we get a lot of mail with:

Content-type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable

Or somesuch. When replying, instead of quoting the text, it gives:

[Non-text message not quoted]

Is this a known bug? Has it been fixed since 2.0.5 (which we’re using)?
Does anyone have a quick hack?


Téo de Hesselle, \ One possible reason that things
Unix Systems Administrator \ aren’t going according to plan
\ is that there never was a plan
University of Technology, Sydney \ in the first place.


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