I know this is an old method for file attachments, but I would be
interesting to know the extent of existing systems have decided to
pull support for uuencoded file attachment at the inbound side.
I ask because I came around at least one system, GMAIL.COM, who does
not support uuencoded file attachments in their WEB interface.
We still have 3rd party mail bot scripts use this format and I am
wondering if our SMTP router to help the process by converted it to
MIME based file attachments.
Did your software take the same action GMAIL.COM has done?
I think this is something that just feel thru the crack at GMAIL.COM
as I can't imagine a system not being liberal in acceptance old and
new file attachment systems, but conservative in what they send out