Changes between Version 59 and Version 60 of Email2tracConfiguration


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01/16/09 16:01:53 (13 years ago)
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  • Email2tracConfiguration

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     200== Apple Attachments options ==
     201
     202=== binhex ===
     203
     204The !BinHex encoding format is deprecated (in favor of !AppleDouble MIME, see RFC 1740), but some older clients might still be using it. A file encoded with !BinHex is annoying to decode unless you are on a Mac.
     205
     206The binhex option can be set to one of:
     207 * 'keep', in which case attachments encoded with !BinHex will be included in the ticket
     208 * 'warn', in which case attachments encoded with !BinHex will be ignored, but a warning message to that effect will be included in the ticket description
     209 * 'drop', in which case attachments encoded with !BinHex will be silently ignored
     210
     211The default is 'warn'.
     212
     213=== applesingle ===
     214
     215Same options and meaning as for binhex option above.
     216
     217=== appledouble ===
     218
     219The !AppleDouble encoding format is the recommended way to include Mac-specific data in a MIME message, as per RFC 1740. A file encoded with !AppleDouble can easily be presented usefully on all platforms.
     220
     221The applesingle option can be set to one of:
     222 * 'keep', in which case both the platform-neutral data and the Mac-specific data will be included in the ticket (as two separate attachments)
     223 * 'warn', in which case only the platform-neutral file data will be included in the ticket. Mac-specific data will be left out, but a warning message will be included in the ticket description.
     224 * 'strip', in which case only the platform-neutral file data will be included in the ticket. Mac-specific data will be left out with no warning.
     225
     226The default is 'warn'.