On 7/12/00 at 5:19 PM -0800, Piotr Trzcionkowski wrote:
>Is it default encoding ?
No. As I said, Mac Eudora only reads it, it can't yet write it. It's
default encoding is still ISO-8859-1 (munged to deal with special Mac
>What about other Iana encodings ?
It can interpret anything that the Apple Text Encoding Converter can
handle (which is most, if not all, of the registered IANA encodings).
>Does it able to produce structuralized text/html or text/xml part in
>multipart/alternative messages or alone ?
I'm not sure what you're asking. Eudora (on both platforms) generates
text/html within multipart/related and can generate both text/plain
and text/html within multipart/alternative.
-- Pete Resnick <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> Eudora Engineering - QUALCOMM Incorporated
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