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If you're going to worry about "From ", you also need to worry about
">From ", ">>From ", etc. Some of the systems that do > escaping also
escape those forms.
But, and this is a BIG BUT, the systems that perform >From escaping do
it only when the mail is written to the final mailbox, and not to mail
being passed on to other systems.
This is actually a case that you DON'T need to really worry about.
Earl Hood wrote:
And lines that start with "From " should cause the entity to be
CTE'ed in quoted-printable:
From=20 here to eternity.
To avoid the potential of intermediate systems from escaping the
"From " by prefixing it with a ">".
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