From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 27 2006 - 07:24:28 CST
From: "Mark Cilia Vincenti" <email@example.com>
> It *is* a problem, because we are using SSI (server-side include) tags
> on IIS (Windows' web server), which doesn't allow for a conversion
> filter. There are no configuration settings, so unless someone wrote a
> different DLL that allows for removal of BOM, then there would be no way
> for me to strip it inside the body if it is present in the template
> HTML conformance is only secondary. The main problem is that the page is
> not being displayed properly.
SSI has never been designed to import plain-text into an HTML page; it was only made to include HTML within HTML.
Really consider using a conversion filter for translating plain-text parts into conforming and secure HTML... such filter is quite simple to implement, if you already have a server-side script processor (PHP, Java, ASP, Perl...)
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