Corrupted URL in an email

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I am using htmlMimeMail (from to send a confirmation email
to the user. The message has to have some links with parameters like this:
<a href="urltomysite/confirm.php?a=6987456">confirm</a>. But when I look at
the email it has
<a href=3D"urltomysite/confirm.php?a=3D6987456">confirm</a>

Wich means that confirm.php receives $a = "3D6987456" instead of $a =
How can I avoid this ? Of couse I could do $a = str_replace("3D", "", $a);
But I would like something general and better.

Any help ?


Re: Corrupted URL in an email

"BLob" wrote:

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No it doesn't. Look at the email headers. Can you see one that says
"Content-Transfer-Encoding"? I suggest you find out what
that means.

phil [dot] ronan @ virgin [dot] net

Re: Corrupted URL in an email

Thank you. The script receives indeed what it should receive. Problem solved
(came from something else).


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