[Evolution-hackers] Bug #232

Many many centuries ago, there was a lot of discussion, and work towards
fixing bug #232 - reading TNEF attachments.  The solution that was
arrived at was using gtnef (kudos Larry)

However, gtnef has never been ported to GNOME2, and I discovered this
morning that bug #232 appears to still exist in 1.4.5.  There have been
a couple of calls on bugzilla, attached to the bug report for the bug to
be reopened, but nothing's been done.

I'll be adding the description of how I rediscovered the lost bug #232
to bugzilla, but I wanted to raise it here.  Are there plans to port
gtnef to GNOME2, and if not is there a new solution to bug #232?

James Ogley, Unix Systems Administrator, Pinnacle Insurance Plc
Work: james ogley pinnacle co uk www.pinnacle.co.uk +44 (0) 20 8731 3619
Personal: james rubberturnip org uk www.rubberturnip.org.uk
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