On Feb 5, 5:14pm, Martin J. Duerst wrote:
> It is not very harmful to label such pages ISO-8859-1 or whatever.
> But strictly speaking, it is not legal! If there are alternatives
> for labeling, the most restrictive label should be used. If it's
> labeled us-ascii, you know that it's going to pass though 7-bit
> mail. Otherwise, you don't.
It is not advisible, certainly, but it is legal.
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