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When marketing doesn’t read what they send via email

I am subscribed to the TAROM (Romanian Airlines) Newsletter which is sent approximately once a month. Each month I receive the same corrupted email which looks like the one in the picture: Why is this happening ? Simply because they add some newlines in the wrong places. Actually, it is enough only the first one to ruin everything. See the red arrows ? Those newlines shouldn’t be there. I wrote to Tarom (newsletter@tarom.ro) and they didn’t reply back. And they also didn’t fix the problem. This could’ve been avoided very easily if they just preview the newsletter before they mass mail it.

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Bug or feature: Mime Type Detection

Also known as MIME Sniffing, this is a feature or bug in IE which is the only browser able to dynamically determine the content type of the document it loads. So, in this case, it detects a plain text document with HTML content instead of a an JPG header. And the content of the “JPG” file which is text/html: The URL was reported to Phishtank and CleanMX. The users of Avira Professional and Avira Premium Security Suite are protected if they use the latest Webguard signatures.

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