On Oct 21, 11:52 pm, "Mikel Lindsaar" <raasd... / gmail.com> wrote:
> TMail handles the "content-type" header field per RFC 2045.
>
> Per the RFC you can not use /[?/=]/ in the boundary=field unless it is
> quoted, MS Outlook Express (at least) violates this rule.
>
> The fix is to check the boundary= value for the special characters and
> wrap it in quotes if the special characters exist and the field is not
> already quoted.
>
> I have written a patch with failing tests for this and sent it to the
> Maintainer, for anyone else, you can get it now and apply it to TMail
> 0.10.8 from here:
>
> http://www.blognow.com.au/q/76050/Fix_for_TMail_to_handle_MS_Outlook_...
>
> Or:http://tinyurl.com/2kezwr

Hi! I recently took over maintenance of this project from Minero Aoki,
as he is too busy with other things. I setup a RubyForge project and
subversion repo. If you are confident in your changes, I'd like to
give you commit privileges. Email me off list and we can discuss
further.

T.