In article <01R238XJND6O00004L(_at_)mauve(_dot_)mrochek(_dot_)com>,
Ned Freed <ned(_dot_)freed(_at_)mrochek(_dot_)com> wrote:
As for BINARYMIME, we implemented that for SUBMIT in 2012 due to a couple of
customer requests. As I explained previously, our view is that BINARYMIME makes
sense for SUBMIT because it is far more common for it to be
bandwidth-constained than SMTP transfers, and transcoding is acceptable at
Sounds to me like it's time for STARTGZIP, preferably after STARTTLS.
It squeezes out the redundancy in base64 pretty well.
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