Couple of problems with quoted-printable


#1

semi-colon in 'Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable;' in the header seems to prevent the message from being decoded correctly in Outlook and Outlook Express.

also, if a line wraps so that the next line starts with '.' (period), then microsoft exchange will strip the '.' out - this causes problems with URLs - this could probably be fixed by encoding the '.'

cheers.


#2

here's the test page i'm using:


<%@ Page Language="c#" %>
<%@ Import Namespace="Aspose.Email" %>
<%
Aspose.Email.License lic = new Aspose.Email.License();
lic.SetLicense(Server.MapPath("~/Aspose.Email.lic"));

TextHtmlBody htmlBody = new TextHtmlBody();

string s = "";
s += "

font test
\r\n";
s += ".test '.' at start of line

\r\n";

htmlBody.Content = s;
htmlBody.Charset = "UTF-8";

SmtpAccount acc = new SmtpAccount("127.0.0.1");
acc.UseForcedDelay = true;
Message msg;

msg = new Message();
msg.From = new Address("someone@youremail.com");
msg.AddAddress(new Address("someone.else@youremail.com"), Address.Type.To);
msg.Subject = "Test";
msg.Body = htmlBody;
msg.Send(acc, new ProgressMonitor());

Response.Write(htmlBody.EncodedContent);

%>


#3

is there anything that can be done about this?
is my code incorrect?


#4

can i get some sort of response here please??


#5

We also have this same problem. Please fix this ASAP!


#6

Dear All,

This problem has been fixed in the 1.1.4 hotfix.

I’m very sorry for any inconvenience and delay . If you have any problems please feel free to contact with me : MSN :guangzhou@aspose.com

kyle


#7

Where can we download this version? Under the Downloads option on the site I got a different version


#8

Dear calebrider,

http://www.aspose.com/Products/Aspose.Email/Releases/current/Aspose.Email.zip

Thanks