How does one pleasantly format mail consisting largely of 76+ character
lines using quoted-printable?
It isn't easy as you say. I suggest that the line break should be made
at a word boundary, instead of in the middle of a word, so we get
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy =
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy do=
While it is still a little ugly to have single words on extra lines, it
is a lot more readable to non-MIME users IMHO.
Is wrapping it at 38 the way to go?
It would even up the continuation lines a bit, but I'm not a great
fan of it. If break-at-38 was done, I'd still like to see it done
at a word boundary as above.