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Changes for version 0.40

  • Fixed the stringification of some headers with regards to encoding. The Received header should never be encoded (and thus should never contain non-ASCII).
  • Fixed headers which contain email addresses (To, From, CC) so that email addresses are properly encoded (I think). The phrase and comment portions of the address can contain encoded-words, but the address itself should never be encoded. Note that per RFC6531 addresses may contain UTF-8, but the MTA must support the SMTPUTF8 extension in order for the mail to be delivered. As of this release, SMTPUTF8 support does not appear to be very widespread, so I would strongly discourage the use of UTF-8 in email addresses!
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