Leave clearsigned content encoding alone, how?
messtic at oreka.com
Fri Aug 12 12:35:05 CEST 2005
On Friday, August 5, 2005 at 2:55:37 PM +0200, Johan Wevers wrote:
> I read my own email usually in text mode screens, with the IBM 850
> charset. MIME headers can't change that anyway, since you need root
> acces to change the active charset and I don't plan to make [...] mutt
> suid because of that.
What are you talking about? Mutt works very well on a CP-850
terminal, automatically converting on-the-fly between the MIME charset
and 850 code page. No need to suid root for that. And there is nothing
lost when compared to a Latin-1 terminal.
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