Ok, here is a nasty one.
A client if mine has a newsletter (he never signed up for but whats) that gets email to him once a week. Problem is it's in HTML format. Bad HTML format. Outlook will view it, but any other half way good email program just dies on the poor code to make the banner ads dance.
I just got them to stop using Outlook.
I have written a perl scrip that gets run by the email client when this email is received. It recodes the HTML into an attachment. But I am having a problem getting rid of all the =20 in this stupid spam.
I have been trying
$lines =~ s/=20//g;
and other ways including hex without luck.
What is the =20 and how do I kill it?