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> > and hopefully, as characters in our email
> I don't think technology will block that so much as the curmudgeonly
> people who flame anyone who dares send e-mail in such new-fangled
> encodings as HTML
Actually, he used "text/plain" not "text/html" ... his "trick" was
to use a "charset=utf-8", it shouldn't even have needed that
extra layer of MIME wrapping.
HTML for email is an entirely different flamewar, and one
that doesn't need to be initiated for that topic.