Decode Quoted-Printable Emails

Written by Ed Genochio on December 4, 2012

Ever had to work with html email content like this?

<table width=3D"600" align=3D"center" cellpadding=3D"0" cellspacing=3D"=
0" border=3D"0" bgcolor=3D"#202020">

[‘=3D’ in place of equals signs, that sort of thing]

That’s quoted-printable encoding at work.

Here’s a handy little tool that decodes the email and returns nice HTML: