ZCS 7.1 Migration Wizard for Lotus Domino documentation reads "Rich text in email messages is converted to plain text.". Unfortunately it is not quite so. Text part is converted to quoted-printable encoded text, this is OK, no problem. But the Wizard converts HTML part too and does it horribly. For example.
Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII"
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">I have already told people my new email
address is firstname.lastname@example.org. So maybe that solves the issues.
Can you have the Lotus service send any emails sent to email@example.com
It's so strange. Why charset=utf-8 with quoted printable encoding, when source was pure 7bit ASCII? Why font "verdana"? why color="Black"? Overall, why modify perfectly good html source? btw, formatted result looks awful.
Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8;
<html><head></head><body><br><font face=3D=22verdana=22 size=3D=223px=22 =
color=3D=22BLACK=22>I have already told people my new email address is =
jack=40example.com. =C2=A0So maybe that solves the issues. =
=C2=A0Can you have the Lotus service send any emails sent to =
j=40example.com to example.com?</font>
Does anybody know how to avoid this conversion and make the wizard copy source without modification? Or transfer just text part only, skipping HTML part?
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated,