On Tue, 19 Aug 1997, Jacob Palme wrote:
> Perhaps the text should be as follows:
> Handling of URLs containing in-appropriate characters
> If an URL, which is to be put into a Content-Location or
> Content-Base header, contains in-appropriate characters for
> an 822 header, such as SPACE, CTLs, double quotes, backslashes,
> and so on, one of the following methods is used. (Note: Such
> URLs may be illegal according to the rules for URLs, but a
> mailer may still be given such URLs in text to be sent by
> their user).
Why do we need three methods? I have not heard from anyone
at the meeting that all are needed. I guess we can keep
implementations simpler if we define ony one method.