Re: RE: Fun with proof by analogy, was Re: Mojibake on my Web pages

From: Rick McGowan (
Date: Mon Sep 29 2003 - 13:39:45 EDT

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    François --

    You might be interested to know that all of your recent mail has the
    following header attached to it! Sounds to me like your outgoing server is
    tagging mail, and it's getting things wrong.


    > X-Spam-Report: This mail is probably spam. The original message has been
    > attached along with this report, so you can recognize or block similar
    > unwanted mail in future. See for more
    > details. Content preview: Jill Ramonsky wrote: > First point - if no
    > information is present, assume "us-ascii". > Sounds extremely sensible
    > to me. Sounds very misguided to me. > ASCII is the intersection of Latin-1,
    > UTF-8, and various other > commonly used encodings. [...] Content
    > analysis details: (-109.70 points, 5 required) EMAIL_ATTRIBUTION (-6.5
    > points) BODY: Contains what looks like an email attribution
    > QUOTED_EMAIL_TEXT (-3.2 points) BODY: Contains what looks like a quoted
    > email text USER_IN_WHITELIST (-100.0 points)From: address is in the
    > user's white-list

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