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On Tue, 8 Aug 2017 01:45:22 -0500, Elardus Engelbrecht (Elardus
Engelbrecht <elardus.engelbre...@sita.co.za>) wrote about Re: Curse
you, L-Soft!:

> David W Noon wrote:
> 
> >Sometimes Base64 or other binary-safe encoding is required by RFC.  
> 
> So I see. Thanks. Wish Shmuel is here, he certainly has something to
> say about all these RFC requirements...

Shmuel Metz has something to say about almost everything. ... :-)

You might see this message encoded as Base64. I am including a
cryptographic signature and that usually requires a binary-safe
encoding.

> >MTA = Mail Transfer Agent
> >This is/are the SMTP server(s) used to move email around.
> >Using a fully RFC-compliant MUA can cause many problems for those
> >who use "cowboy coded" MUAs.  
> 
> >And to complete the email glossary:
> >MUA = Mail User Agent (your mail reader)
> >MDA = Mail Delivery Agent (the server from which your MUA downloads
> >mail)  
> 
> Thanks for your kind help and the list of those glossary. I'll ask my
> SMTP colleague about this.
> 
> Thanks again! Much appreciated.

My pleasure.
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Regards,

Dave  [RLU #314465]
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