I'm having problems with the last CRLF in plain mime parts.
Are there mailers running arround that do not append this 'spacer' CRLF?

Mozilla Thunderbird behaves the same, here is an example:

Message text: "1.Line<crlf>"

Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1;
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit



MimeDec decodes it to "1.Line<crlf><crlf>"
I would like to know if it is save to replace the trailing <crlf><crlf>
by <crlf>.

(First time posting to the list, so go easy on me :) )

To the best of my knowledge, the RFC says that its <CRLF>--(identifier) to start a section and <CRLF>--(identifier)-- to end a section.. To me, MimeDec should swallow that <CRLF> and not append it to the content of the section.

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