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When you send SMTP (Internet) mail using Microsoft Exchange, the recipient may see an equal sign (=) at the end of each line. In addition, the following text may occur in the mail message:
<Sender composed mail containing characters not in the US-ASCII set.> <These characters have been transformed into a printable form.>
Microsoft Exchange uses an enhanced character set. The default MIME character set for Microsoft Exchange is ISO 8859-1. Some gateways do not support the way this character set issues a soft return for line feeds. When this occurs, each line is terminated with an equal sign showing the line break where the gateway's line-length support ends.
To work around this behavior, use either of the following methods: