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Martin Hardman wrote, in part:
"What does 7-bit, 8-bit Base64 or quoted-printable encoding actually
mean? Is there a document describing them?"
<frd>These were defined by the previous MIME standard, RFC 1521/1522,
"What special processing does a reader/writer need to do to deal with
<frd>You will have to be able to decode the "Base64" and "Quoted-Printable"
encoding in a reader. You will also need to generate "Base64" encoded values
for vCalendar values containing binary content. The line ending
specification for vCalendar makes use of "Quoted-Printable" for inline CRLF
characters (ie, hard line endings) in the values.</frd>
Glad to see Psion interest in vCard and vCalendar. You should also check out
the discussions on the IETF ASID and CALSCH mailing lists for the IETF vCard
and iCalendar/iTIP/iMIP work.
- - Frank Dawson