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[18:51:09] mikeric: anyone familiar with actionmailer and the mail gem; is there a way to have utf-8 headers encoded without breaking it apart into 72 character chunks?
[18:51:39] mikeric: it seems to break it apart in the middle of a multibyte character, which is invalid.

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[20:37:07] mikeric: anyone familiar with actionmailer or the mail gem; is there a way to have actionmailer *not* break a header value (From, Subject, etc.) into multiple lines (it seems to break it into 72 characters) after encoded a UTF-8 header?
[20:37:59] mikeric: unfortunately it breaks the value in the middle of multibye characters (where one half is at the end of the first line and the other half is at the beggining of the new line) which is invalid and Mandrill cannot parse this.
[20:39:02] mikeric: oddly there is a note in the guides that indicates it should be handled properly.. http://guides.rubyonrails.org/v3.2.21/action_mailer_basics.html#auto-encoding-header-values
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[23:07:41] mikeric: @smathy: Using 3.2.21, so yea it's an older version.
[23:08:14] mikeric: (than the current version, anyway)

2015-07-16

[01:12:32] mikeric: @Radar: Here is some example code to reproduce: http://pastie.org/10295610
[01:12:59] mikeric: @Radar: using actionmailer 3.2.21
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[06:39:23] mikeric: @Radar: hey, i now it's a super late response. but you asked for an isolated example to get a Mail::Message instance that has the encoding issue (where a multibyte character is cut in half).
[06:39:24] mikeric: http://pastie.org/10295923
[06:42:16] mikeric: yes, it's invalid because the end of the first one ends in the middle of a multibyte character and the rest of that multibyte character starts on the next line.
[06:42:33] mikeric: which is invalid, and Mandrill actually cannot parse that, so it never gets sent.
[06:52:16] mikeric: @Radar: nope, very different encoding, i commented on your gist.
[06:52:38] mikeric: yea, you're right that it looks more correct. though.
[06:53:02] mikeric: hmm, i'd like actionmailer to encode things this way.. do you have any idea what the difference could be?
[06:53:14] mikeric: i've been examining both of them and can't seem to see the difference
[06:53:50] mikeric: well the ActionMailer::Base.mail(params) one actually does return a Mail::Message instance.
[06:54:31] mikeric: and it seems to have identical configuration (from what i can tell) to creating the Mail::Message directly.
[06:57:12] mikeric: @Radar: is that correct? getting undefined method `deliver' for ActionMailer::Base:Class
[06:57:53] mikeric: also, i'm using 3.2.12, but i don't think the AM interface has changed much since then anyway.
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[23:24:12] mikeric: anyone familiar with actionmailer, is there a way to change the way actionmailer encodes headers (such as From and Subject) in such a way that it does not add line breaks in the middle of a multibyte character?
[23:25:55] mikeric: @Aeyrix: yea, i saw that. you would think that it wouldn't break apart the multibyte character if it was at the very end of the line though..
[23:28:35] mikeric: @Aeyrix: do you know what it uses to encode the headers? i've been trying to find an example.