This module checks the body of an incoming article and cleans it up, attempting to enforce standard ISO 8859-1 text. If it's encoded in quoted-printable, that encoding is undone. Microsoft Word SmartQuotes are converted into their ASCII equivalents, any Ctrl-Ms are removed, and the module checks to make sure that the message contains no invalid characters (outside of the standard ISO 8859-1 range) and that no lines are longer than 79 characters.
The messages returned by the checks in the event of failure are:
- Invalid characters in body
The body contains characters outside the range [\s!-~\xa0-\xff].
- Line over 79 characters
One or more lines in the body are over 79 characters long.
This module takes no arguments or configuration directives. If the original message was in quoted-printable, it will change the Content-Transfer-Encoding header to be "8bit". It recognizes quoted-printable from the MIME encoding headers.