Re: =20

Subject: Re: =20
From: Nancy this-address-is-valid McGough <nm -at- NOADSPLEASE -dot- II -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 1998 13:46:49 -0500

On Wed, 9 Dec 1998, Leona L. Magee-Dupree wrote:
> What does "=20" mean? I have seen this several times in your emails.

You'll see "=20" at the end of a line in an email message if:

* the message was MIME encoded using the encoding called
"quoted-printable"
* the message contains a blank at the end of a line (this blank
is what is turned into "=20")

And either the message does not contain a header that contains

Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable

or your mail client does not understand MIME headers, or both.

If we were all using mailers that understood how to send and
receive MIME messages, we'd never see "=20" at the end of a line.

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Nancy McGough http://www.ii.com/ Infinite Ink
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