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- Subject: Re: [chat] Re: [SLUG] Head & Rotor VE 08/23
- From: Jon Biddell <jon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri Aug 23 15:38:02 2002
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We try fairly hard to block non-en. Any sensible MUA sets a
Content-Type header identifying the character set, and that's easily
But diesel fuel injection also wrote:
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
Considering ISO-8859-1 and us-ascii are the only two character sets we
*want* to allow, well, there goes that idea.
aqt the risk of being pedantic, why ISO-8859-1 ??? Why not block
everything except us-ascii ??
(I'm not sure if Content-Transfer-Encoding is relevant here?)
> X-Priority: 1 (Highest)
X-Priority is set by Outlook and co. The default is Medium, or 3 I
think. The only time I've ever seen it set higher is on spam, or
in-house corporate use (arguably the same thing).
And yes, I'm mildly horrified that I hadn't added it to the filters
I'm not complaining, just asking the question - people seem to have taken
it into their heads that I'm some sort of overbearing ogre - I assure you
Dazza looks more like Shrek that I......:-)