Conal is correct. The relevant section of the LISTSERV configuration
file for TEI-L is:
# This is intended to allow text/plain, text/xml, or whatever,
# but reject any binary attachment.
It is generally considered a security risk to permit binary format
files be attached to list e-mail. That said, I suspect that it would
be reasonable to permit things like application/tei+xml,
application/mods+xml, application/mads+xml, application/mets+xml,
application/marcxml+xml, and application/sru+xml, image/svg+xml, etc.
If any security experts want to take this up off-list, feel free.
> I believe that Stuart is actually mistaken: the TEI-L list does
> accept posts with attachments, though only if they are text files.
Syd Bauman, TEI-L list owner
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