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We have some .mht files which load fine from local files but when loaded from the jetty webserver display as junk text.

What can I do to make them work correctly from our webserver? I know that for Apache server I need to add the below lines of code to .htaccess file. But how do I make similar changes for Jetty?



<IfModule mod_mime.c>
# MIME HyperText Markup Language (MHTML) markup
AddType text/html .mhtml .mht .maff .maf
AddType message/rfc822 .mhtml .mht
AddType multipart/related .mhtml .mht .maff .maf
</IfModule>
 
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