Can't decide on the right place to ask this question, so you folks got
A list member sends a message that contains a MIME body. (If it makes a
difference between a simple, since body that is MIME encoded, versus one that
has "attachments", then clarifying that is part of the exercise.)
The mail list adds a typical footer to the message and sends it out.
How does the footer related to the received MIME? Is a new MIME body created?
Is the footer added as a separate MIME attachment? Is the footer somehow
distinguishable from the original MIME content?
I'm trying to understand the nature of the violence done by a mailing list to