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On Wed, 26 Oct 1994, Rick Troth wrote:
> > If [an MTA] claims support for RFC 1652 and changes bare CR's, bare
> > LF's, or LFCR to CRLF, then it is broken.
> Taking Michael a little out of context: I need to reply
> with the subject line "Lessons Learned" regarding conversions.
As long as this is done ABOVE the transport layer, and only to text parts
where this is not considered corruption, I would agree. If the transport
layer does not "preserve all bits in each octet" then it is broken. (Or
RFC 1652 is broken.)