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  Reply # 1920628 16-Dec-2017 19:07
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Are the equals signs the issue or is that just how google renders the email source?

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1920669 16-Dec-2017 20:55
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@MadEngineer That is normal. It is called Quoted-printable encoding.

 

Just checked and I get emails in plain text (just the way I like them) with URL's too but I also use Gsuite so they're scanning my email and likely embedding the URL's for me.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1920676 16-Dec-2017 21:51
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So is that part of the actual email source or is google trimming the line length purely for the email-source view?

 

If it is indeed part of the source I wonder if that could be lchiu7's problem.

 

Should be easy enough to test; manually sendmail to lchiu7 using that format with an equals sign at the 77th character position with a link split over two lines


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  Reply # 1920680 16-Dec-2017 21:55
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MadEngineer:

 

So is that part of the actual email source or is google trimming the line length purely for the email-source view?

 

If it is indeed part of the source I wonder if that could be lchiu7's problem.

 

Should be easy enough to test; manually sendmail to lchiu7 using that format with an equals sign at the 77th character position with a link split over two lines

 

 

 

 

It's like word wrap in notepad.

 

The fact it does it to more than URLs....

 

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