What is the difference between a MIME content type and a MIME transfer encoding?

Explain the transfer coding of MIME content and MIME Transfer?
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"Content-Type: Describes the data contained in the body with sufficient detail that the receiving user agent can pick an appropriate agent or mechanism to present the data to the user or otherwise deal with the data in an appropriate manner. Transfer-Encoding: Indicates the type of transformation that has been used to represent the body of the message in a way that is acceptable for mail transport."
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Necessary . types based on Mimer requirements can also be worth addressing away from netmail, such as with connection methods just like HTTP for the World Wide Web. HTTP necessitates that files become familial poor electronic mail-similar messages, although info frequently just isn't in reality email.
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