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Re: unreadable message

From: Alexey Pustyntsev
Subject: Re: unreadable message
Date: Fri, 03 Oct 2008 14:33:40 +1100
User-agent: Gnus/5.10 Emacs/22.1

Hi Reiner!

> Are you saying it happened *during* composing a message, *before*
> sending it?  If so, I have no idea why this might happen.

It happened immediately after the C-c C-c command was issued. I
didn't see anything strange during composing a message.

> But the excerpt below looks like an archived (outgoing) article:

Yes, it does. Considering accidental archiving to be a likely cause
of the weirdness, what do you think might have triggered it when my
default settings were unchanged (gnus-message-archive-group is nil)
and the other messages were OK?  Typing a wrong command doesn't seem
to be probable.  

> Using "Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64" (what you called
> "encrypted") happens when there are many 8bit characters
> (`mm-qp-or-base64').  There's nothing wrong with that.

That's all very well, except that some Gnus users may accidentally
lose their lengthy 8-bit character messages, which are, of course,
extremely intelligent and valuable :)

Is there a chance to restore the message if it was archived like that? 


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