=3d all over the html

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chanlon
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=3d all over the html

Post by chanlon » Thu Dec 07, 2006 9:14 pm

I just sent myself a test email from a newly configured openemm server. All of the = signs are followed by 3d. What is going on?

Thanks for the help
Chris Hanlon

<img src=3D"list.test.ca/g?uid=3D1.s.1.0.oicahemxvz" alt=3D"" border=3D="0" height=3D"1" width=3D"1"><p><a href=3D"http://www.test.ca/subscri=
be.php?email=3Dchris@test.ca">Link test</a></p>
<p>
<p><img src=3D"list.test.ca/image?ci=3D1&mi=3D28&name=3Ds.gif=
" alt=3D"" /></p>
</p>

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Post by rk » Mon Dec 11, 2006 10:19 am

that "3D" stuff was new to me too.

If you're creating offline HTML e-mails, OpenEMM puts those "3D"s after almost every "=".

I didn't found a lot about that. But in general it's something like "including 3D data in HTML or e-mails". I think, it's saying that the image can be found as encoded data at the end of the e-mail.

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