< You'll have to describe in more detail what it is you're doing. What
< exactly is a "text body part"?
Any body part whose content type says "text":
So, the headers for body parts with other top-level types have lines
separated by CRLF?
Did you instead mean "any body with the text top-level content type"?
What about bodies with top-level type "message" and "multipart",
especially ones which contain bodies with top-level type "text" inside
_.John G. Myers Internet: jgm+(_at_)CMU(_dot_)EDU