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On Aug 15, 2009, at 19:03 , Alec Mitchell wrote:
> There's one additional significant change to Zope behavior here that
> I forgot to mention. The current implementation sets the python
> default email transfer and header encoding for 'utf-8' messages to
> 'quoted-printable', it normally defaults to 'base64'. This is
> essentially a cosmetic change and makes reading and debugging email
> messages much more straightforward. It also makes encoded mail less
> likely to be caught by SPAM filters (some of which dislike base64
> mail on principle).
> At present this change causes one test in CMFDefault to fail, which
> I'm happy to fix. But it's also not a problem to just remove the
> line that sets the new 'utf-8' encoding, though I think it dpes have
> some important advantages.
I'm not an expert, but if quoted-printable is "better practice" then
it should be used and the CMF test should be changed accordingly.
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