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MIME compliant mailers

In article <CDIM8x.sz@cup.hp.com>, William Gilliam <wag@cup.hp.com> wrote:
>I would take this request a step further -- If gather a list of *known*
>MIME-compliant mailers that are currently (or will soon be) available, I
>think this could help everyone.  Perhaps it could be part of the FAQ?

The FAQ contains an entry for every MIME-compliant mailer that I know
of.  Both the FAQ itself and the "diffs" article I post before it each
month contain pleas for any further information.

Trawling through relevant periodicals would doubtless weed out a few
more, as would more proactive use of the net.  (Ed did some of this
when he was first putting the FAQ together.  I'm afraid I don't have
the time.)

I am planning to split the FAQ into a number of parts, one of which
will be devoted to MIME-compliant packages.  Maybe this will help that
section to gain a slighter higher profile, which in turn will help it
to become more comprehensive.

Tim.
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Original headers:

From: tim@pipex.net (Tim Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.mail.mime
Subject: Re: MIME compliant mailers
Date: 21 Sep 1993 16:54:10 +0100
Organization: PIPEX Ltd, Cambridge, UK
Message-ID: <27n832$je6@tank.pipex.net>
References: <199309160820.AA18503@degas> <CDIM8x.sz@cup.hp.com>

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