On Thu September 14 2006 17:03, Philippe de Rochambeau wrote:
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="test.txt"
THIS IS AN AUTOMATIC EMAIL.
Do the contents of email attachment always appear in the headers?
No, never (by definition). The header is a sequence of lines which precedes
body (or MIME-part) content, separated from that content by an empty line.
are the contents of "test.txt" not showing up above the second boundary?
1. A bug in the generating program
2. An empty file
Why does the last boundary have two dashes at the end?
It is a closing delimiter. See RFC 2046 section 5.1.1.
Is this some
kind of bug?