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Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote on 2011-01-05 06.50:
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.

it indeed is a problem, but I plan to update our mailing list manager software soon, hopefully it will fix these issues.


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