spam score for each test in header

John Wilcock john at TRADOC.FR
Fri May 16 14:30:16 IST 2003

On Fri, 16 May 2003 14:17:29 +0100, Julian Field wrote:
> Anyone know what
>          mutt
>          pine
>          Eudora
>          Outlook Express
>          Outlook
> do when given an rfc822 containing lots of parts?

Outlook (2000 or 2002, don't know about earlier versions) do the right
thing, i.e. show the rfc822 as an attachment which you can then open
exactly as if it were a normal message, regardless of what parts it

OTOH, Eudora 4.x doesn't understand message/rfc822 at all.
No idea about Eudora 5.x nor any of the others you mention. 

FWIW, Forté Agent also handles message/rfc822 properly, and indeed its
"Forward Verbatim" option generates precisely this structure.


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