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Re: [xmlblaster] protocol.email base64
What in this context are illegal characters? I thought I was sending a plaintext XML Structure.
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Datum: Wed, 06 Sep 2006 20:48:58 +0200
Von: Marcel Ruff <mr at marcelruff.info>
An: xmlblaster at server.xmlBlaster.org
Betreff: Re: [xmlblaster] protocol.email base64
> leduke4223 at gmx.net wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I just tried to connect a mailclient to xmlBlaster following the Howto.
> It worked pretty fast, but now I've got the problem that my messages are
> Base64 encoded. I tried to change the configuration in xmlblaster.properties
> and .plugins but did not succeed to change base64 to a human readable
> > Is there any chance to do that?
> Your message-content is already Base64 encoded before you use the email
> In this case you need a client side Base64 decoder on the receiver side
> as well.
> It you want to suppress xmlBlaster to do its inside Base64 encoding:
> messageIdForceBase64 (defaults to false):
> "If the messageId markup contains illegal characters it is automatically
> base64 encoded. By setting this to true you can enforce everything to
> base64, even it is not necessary."
> contentForceBase64 (defaults to false):
> "If the email payload (the message content) contains illegal characters
> it is automatically base64 encoded, typically this happens for binary
> data like gif images. By setting this to true you can enforce every
> content email attachment to base64, even it is not necessary."
> Note that you can't suppress the Base64 encoding in the current
> implementation if your text contains illegal characters,
> > Regards,
> > Chris
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