Re: file attachments
David Wallin <david.wallin <at> ul.ie>
2005-11-12 14:19:46 GMT
Thanks, useful, but it doesn't solve my initial problem. When I send a file with
wanderlust to my gmail account, its original name is replaced by "noname". Other
email clients preserves the original filename. The problem doesn't seem to be
specific to pdf files.
At Sat, 12 Nov 2005 10:50:04 +0000,
Simon Guest wrote:
> At Fri, 11 Nov 2005 14:36:15 +0000,
> david wallin wrote:
> > If I should send a pdf file, what is the best encoding? My guess is base64,
> > when I use that, the recipient must rename the file. I.e., the original
> > seem to get lost. This seem to be true for all different encodings and all
> > of files. What am I doing wrong?
> The base64 encoding is not the problem, it is the mime type
> identification that is not being flagged. You need to tell SEMI,
> which handles the MIME type stuff, what a .pdf extension means.