mutt/2248: Mutt could be smarter with QP-encoded newlines
>Synopsis: Mutt could be smarter with QP-encoded newlines
>Arrival-Date: Fri May 26 07:13:49 +0200 2006
>Release: 1.5.6, 1.5.9i
Outlook+Exchange have been seen sending messages with Quoted-Printable bodies
and newlines encoded as =0D=0A within.
Mutt responds by displaying a ^M at the end of each line.
Mutt should _probably_ recognise the encoded CRLF as a newline and translate it
to LF for display, just as it would for non-encoded CRLFs.
Sample attachment exhibiting this behaviour:
=0D=0ABicerin=20=0D=0ABicerin is defined as a cold-weather cocktail of espr=
esso and melted=0D=0Achocolate, sipped through a cool blanket of cream. No =
part of that=0D=0Adefinition is a bad thing. One of the oldest, most famous=
, and most=0D=0Adelectable drinks in Piedmont, a region of northwestern Ita=
ly, Bicerin=0D=0Acomes from "bicchierino" meaning "small glass"=0D=0A