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Oct 20, 2020, 1:58:50 PM10/20/20
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I am amused. Here's how it rendered in trn4:

From: inv...@invalid.invalid ( )

Date: Tue Oct 20 08:36:53 EDT 2020
Organization:
Approved: !
User-Agent: MacSOUP/2.8.6b1 (ed136d9b90) (Mac OS 10.14.6)
Cancel-Lock: sha1:zK8+tmVQCl0ohKJxg4qWmYJ9ZMs=
X-No-Archive: !
X-Troll: !!

Ï

I can't ever recall seeing a blank subject (should be the line between
the From and the Date).

In the spirit of mime-encoded word testing, I've replaced my usual "Eli
the Bearded" in From/Approved with symbol for end of transmission block,
which renders as "ETB" in one character cell, but using a different
encoding than the subject. And encoded my Organization header. So
overall one each iso-8859-1 qp, iso-8859-1 b64, utf-8 qp, and utf-8 b64.

Elijah
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Eli the Bearded

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Oct 20, 2020, 3:25:38 PM10/20/20
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In alt.dev.null, nvalid $yntax <inv...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
> Ïnvalid $yntax <inv...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
>> Oh no! Have Ï broken the Internet? Ï will not sleep easy tonight.

U+2323

> Supplemental: Your encoded MID as it appears in References:
> has broken the subsequent threading as seen here in MacSOUP.

MacSOUP has put MID <eli$20102...@qaz.wtf> in References:, whereas I
posted with MID <=?UTF-8?Q?eli$2010201333?=@qaz.wtf>

$ getarticle-nntp '<eli$20102...@qaz.wtf>'
NNTPERROR: 430 No such article
$ getarticle-nntp '<=?UTF-8?Q?eli$2010201333?=@qaz.wtf>' | head
Path: reader1.panix.com!panix!qz!not-for-mail
From: =?UTF-8?B?4pCXCg==?= <*@eli.users.panix.com>
Newsgroups: alt.dev.null
Subject: Re: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?=CF?=
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2020 17:58:48 +0000 (UTC)
Organization: =?ISO-8859-1?B?U29tZSBBYnN1cmQgQ29uY2VwdA==?=
Lines: 26
Approved: =?UTF-8?Q?=E2=90=97?= <*@eli.users.panix.com>
Message-ID: <=?UTF-8?Q?eli$2010201333?=@qaz.wtf>
References: <1oykr4f.w9fr85ohyc8N%inv...@invalid.invalid>
$

Elijah
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