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MEWENCODE

MEWENCODE

Section: User Commands (1) Updated: March 17, 2001
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NAME

mewencode, mewdecode, mewcat - MIME encoder/decoder  

SYNOPSIS

mewencode [-options] [infile [outfile]]

mewdecode [-options] [infile [outfile]]

mewcat [-options] [infile]  

DESCRIPTION

The mewencode utility encode/decode MIME objects.

The options are as follows:

-e
Encoding.
-d
Decoding.
-8
See if any 8bit characters are contained.
-b
MIME base64 en/decoding.
-q
MIME quoted-printable en/decoding.
-g
MIME gzip64 en/decoding(not yet specified in RFC).
-z
The same as -g.
-u
Uudecoding.
-l length
Line length into which base64/quoted-printable/gzip64 encoding truncate.
-t
On base64/gzip64 encoding, local newline is treated as CRLF. On base/gzip64 decoding, any newline is translated into local newline. Specify this option only when the input is a line based object(e.g. Content-Type: is text/plain or application/postscript).
-h
Display this help message.
-v
Display the version.


 

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