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This article lists the certificate trust policies for watchOS, and is updated when changes are made to the certificate list. It lists the certificates for watchOS Trust Store version 2016102100, which is current for watchOS 3 and later.
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When one dives deeply into how web pages work, there are two ways to send page requests, GET and POST requests. IIRC GET has a limit of 1024 characters imposed by the standard and while POST can handle more, it has a limit too (albeit so large that you seldom bumb into it). But those limits are set by the internet specifications, different web site platforms (Drupal, Joomla Sharepoint, WordPress and so on) often have much lower limits (I work with Sharepoint which loves to use GUIDs as identifiers, while at the same time has quite a low limit for how long query strings can be. That combination asks for trouble.)
I've read somewhere that multiline in long header fields is covered by RFC0822 "LONG HEADER FIELDS", and basically, the line ending should be followed by a space. So I indent the continuation lines by one space:
... but then my header is in conflict with the recommendation from RFC 2822 - 2.1.1. Line Length Limits which says "Each line of characters MUST be no more than 998 characters, and SHOULD be no more than 78 characters, excluding the CRLF."; specifically the line limit of 78 characters.
So, how can I obtain the proper multi-line quoted-printable representation of an UTF-8 Subject header string, so I can use it in an .eml file split at 78 characters - and have Thunderbird correctly read it?
... but this time it indicates it got some of the chars correct. And indeed, breakage occurs where lines are broken "in the middle of a character"; say if for the sequence 0xD1, 0x83 for the character у, the =D1?= ends one line, and the Q?=83 starts the other, then Thunderbird cannot parse that. So after manual rearrangement, this snippet can be obtained:
The problem with your test.eml is that your RFC2047 encoding is broken. The Q encoding is based on quoted-printable, but is not entirely the same. In particular, each space needs to be encoded as either =20 or _, and you cannot escape line breaks with a final =.
Fundamentally, each =?...?= sequence needs to be a single, unambiguous token per RFC 822. You can either break up your input into multiple such tokens and leave the spaces unencoded, or encode the spaces. Note that spaces between two such tokens are not significant, so encoding the spaces into the sequences makes more sense.
Unless you are writing a MIME library yourself, the simple solution is to not care, and let the library piece this together for you. PHP is more problematic (the standard library lacks this functionality, and the third-party libraries are somewhat uneven--find one you trust, and stick to it), but in Python, simply pass in a Unicode string, and the email library will encode it if necessary.
Likely your server or a plugin blocks outgoing requests.Please check -tutorials/how-to-fix-curl-error-28-connection-timed-out-after-x-milliseconds/ carefully, as they go over almost every possible cause and solution.
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