__/ [ Big Bill ] on Monday 29 May 2006 13:35 \__
> Guys, I'm trying to decode an email that's base64 encoded, what can I
> do that with please?
Choose/use an E-mail client that can accept and decipher 64-bit-encoded
messages. Thunderbird is one such (excellent, if I may add) application.
64-bit messages (or even Unicode) are popular among spammers, for exactly
the reason that you mention (they are hard to read and arouse curiosity)...
If you are not Asian, you can often assume these to be spam. That's how
SpamAssassin behaves 'out of the box'. It applies a scoring penalty to
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