Confluence Email Templates - Changing Headers

The HTML Email Templates that are used by default (in confluence-$version.jar) contain a couple problems with their email format that are causing problems with our mail relay. The Content-Type name parameter should be in quotation marks and include a file extension. The Content-Disposition filename parameter should also be in quotation marks and include a file extension. There are a couple inline attachments that look to be causing problems: page-icon, attachment-icon, and avatar_$longstring. The problem is that I don't see these declarations in the email templates so I can't change them. Any idea on how/where the Content-Type and Content-Disposition headers are defined/templated?

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hello we have a similar problem with 5.7.4 did you find a sollution where to edit this icons or email header pls?

 

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