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On the Documentation list, at first I was treating them as spam and
deleting, but then I realised that many were from known names in the
project who are not subscribed to that particular list. Now I look for
the sender's name in the header, even if I can't read the contents, and
if I recognise them I let them through. I'm glad I'm not a moderator on
a list that gets much mail from the public, because I'm not interested
in taking the time to decode them. No doubt the time will come, though,
when that may be necessary.


On Wed, 2011-01-05 at 12:27 +0100, James Wilde wrote:
So have you guys actually decoded these messages?  I have always treated them as spam and 
ignored, but I have sometimes wondered.

On Jan 5, 2011, at 07:18 , Varun Mittal wrote:

Me too facing same problem, Chrome Developer Build on windows ( office
doesn't allow linux ;))

Thank You

Best Regards
Varun Mittal <>

On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 2:11 PM, Jean Hollis Weber <>wrote:

On Wed, 2011-01-05 at 06:50 +0100, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:

Several mails received on LibO lists come coded in base-64 and are
unreadable in moderation message or source form (ctrl+U in Thunderbird).
I am not sure what is the cause, but the difference I see is that
messages sent in utf-8 (Linux users ?) are coded in base-64 and
unreadable in source form although the messages sent in iso-8859-1
(MS-Windows users ?) are coded in quoted-printable and readable in
source form.

I do not know if the cause is from my side or in the list configuration.

I have seen the same problem with some of the messages in the moderation
queue. I am using Evolution on Ubuntu.


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