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Florent Guillaume wrote:
> On 30 Nov 2005, at 17:04, Jim Fulton wrote:
>> Florent Guillaume wrote:
>>> On 30 Nov 2005, at 13:17, Jim Fulton wrote:
>>>> (Is there some reason for the urls you give to have spaces in them?
>>>> It makes them harder to follow. It appears that this is a mac thing.
>>>> It's rather annoying.)
>>> This is the delsp parameter of rfc3676, which apparently only Apple
>>> Mail implements, I've no idea why the other mailers haven't
>>> followed suit.
>> Perhaps because it is really annoying?
> Only because Mozilla doesn't implement that RFC :-). Otherwise you'd be
> able to see perfectly wrapped messages and non-broken URLs.
I don't think RFC 3676 intends to wrap URLs; it is about signalling
"soft line breaks", which aren't normally found within tokens:
- From http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc3676.html, section 4.2
> Regardless of which technique is used, a generating agent SHOULD NOT
> insert a space in an unnatural location, such as into a word (a
> sequence of printable characters, not containing spaces, in a
> language/coded character set in which spaces are common). If faced
> with such a word which exceeds 78 characters (but less than 998
> characters, the [SMTP] limit on line length), the agent SHOULD send
> the word as is and exceed the 78-character limit on line length.
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