Web Archive encoding

"Use 8 bit content-transfer-encoding": Use a content-transfer-encoding of 8bit for all parts in a Web Archive file. | "Use 8 bit only for encoding text parts": Use a content-transfer-encoding of 8bit only for text parts. | "Use RFC-approved encoding": Always use RFC-approved encodings.

Supported on: At least Windows 7
Web Archive encoding


  1. Use 8 bit content-transfer-encoding
    Registry HiveHKEY_CURRENT_USER
    Registry Pathsoftware\policies\microsoft\office\15.0\common\internet
    Value Nameallow8bitmime
    Value TypeREG_DWORD
    Value2
  2. Use 8 bit only for encoding text parts
    Registry HiveHKEY_CURRENT_USER
    Registry Pathsoftware\policies\microsoft\office\15.0\common\internet
    Value Nameallow8bitmime
    Value TypeREG_DWORD
    Value1
  3. Use RFC-approved encoding
    Registry HiveHKEY_CURRENT_USER
    Registry Pathsoftware\policies\microsoft\office\15.0\common\internet
    Value Nameallow8bitmime
    Value TypeREG_DWORD
    Value0

Use 8 bit content-transfer-encoding: Results in smallest possible files,

but not safe for attaching to e-mail applications.

Use 8 bit only for encoding text parts: Results in a smaller file that can be

sent in all known e-mail applications, but does not conform to RFC 2557.


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