Bug#341952: ssmtp: should specify character-set in outgoing messages

2006-12-30 Thread Michelle Konzack
Encoding of 8Bit header is the job of a Mailclient/MUA or whatever you use. Thanks, Greetings and nice Day Michelle Konzack Systemadministrator Tamay Dogan Network Debian GNU/Linux Consultant -- Linux-User #280138 with the Linux Counter, http://counter.li.org/

Bug#341952: ssmtp: should specify character-set in outgoing messages

2006-12-30 Thread Martin-Éric Racine
la, 2006-12-30 kello 19:13 +0100, Michelle Konzack kirjoitti: Encoding of 8Bit header is the job of a Mailclient/MUA or whatever you use. That logic is flawed, given how cron and several other system tools directly cat their output to sendmail. That might have worked fine previously, back when

Bug#341952: ssmtp: should specify character-set in outgoing messages

2006-06-08 Thread Michelle Konzack
Am 2006-05-30 18:43:16, schrieb Magnus Holmgren: sSMTP shouldn't just specify the character set; sSMTP should implement RFC 2047, which means encoding the above as Are you sure? Such things are the job of a MUA not from a MTA. From: =?ISO8859-1?Q?Martin-=C9ric?= Racine [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#341952: ssmtp: should specify character-set in outgoing messages

2006-06-08 Thread Magnus Holmgren
On Wednesday 31 May 2006 02:40, Michelle Konzack took the opportunity to write: Am 2006-05-30 18:43:16, schrieb Magnus Holmgren: sSMTP shouldn't just specify the character set; sSMTP should implement RFC 2047, which means encoding the above as Are you sure? Such things are the job of a

Bug#341952: ssmtp: should specify character-set in outgoing messages

2006-05-30 Thread Magnus Holmgren
sSMTP does not specify the character-set in outgoing messages, which makes some mail relays reject the messages sent by sSMTP. [...] The raw message content that triggered this is: [...] From: Martin-Éric Racine [EMAIL PROTECTED] sSMTP shouldn't just specify the character set; sSMTP should

Bug#341952: ssmtp: should specify character-set in outgoing messages

2005-12-04 Thread Martin-Éric Racine
Package: ssmtp Version: 2.61-5.0.1 Severity: normal -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 sSMTP does not specify the character-set in outgoing messages, which makes some mail relays reject the messages sent by sSMTP. For example, the Debian BTS' control interface gives me: 8X- -