On Fre, 2003-01-24 at 22:35, Cyrus Daboo wrote:
One alternative, that may or not be as controversial as adding parameters
to Content-Type, would be to add a parameter to Content-Disposition
Hmmm. While it's not so nice to access via IMAP, and it's conceptually
not so elegant, why not add an extra header?
+ no MIME parser gets confused, situation will be no worse than it is
+ many MUAs allow extra headers to be added to messages with little
effort. So, people could use this even if their mailer doesn't.
+ same, for incoming mail: procmail and formail are your friends, so if
your MUA supports this you can view (almost) all inline signed msgs
- needs special casing in the MUA when parsing a message. But inline
pgp needs special casing anyway, so it's probably still better than
The idea to standardise to utf-8 may still be a good one, but I feel
it's not necessary as long as both gpg and sending MUA have the same
opinion of the charset used (and declare it, too).
featured link: http://fortytwo.ch/gpg/subkeys
Description: This is a digitally signed message part