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The '0' CRLF CRLF at the end is part of the chunked encoding, and is correctly removed by Wireshark, when giving you the de-chunked data. It looks to me the problem is that the MIME encoding needs its own CRLF in addition to those added by the chunked encoding. It's hard to say exactly where the problem lies but it looks to me that you might be looking in ...



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