[sylpheed:30204] Re: Open in browser

Guillermo Ramhorst gramhorst at fibertel.com.ar
Sat Oct 21 04:36:49 JST 2006

Bob and everyone else, thank you for your prompt answers.
I'just tried what you said and it works, except for the mentioned inline 
images issue.
But I still have some mails where I don't see any attachment tab, it's 
just a text/html message. Any ideas in this regard?

I can redirect one of them to you if you like, just tell me where to. 
Just to get an idea, its kind of:

===start of source message====
Normal headers]
MIME-version: 1.0
Content-type: text/html
(message goes here in html)
===end of source message====

Best regards, Guillermo
(pd: I am from a Spanish speaking country, so my name is Guillermo, 
which in English is translated to William, hence the confusion, sorry 
for that).

Bob White wrote:
> Hi Guillermo,
> You can already do that.  click on the attachments tab at the top of the
> message.  Double click the html mime attachment and it will open in
> your browser.  You have to have the browser defined in Common
> Preferenced -> Details -> External Commands.
> Bob W.
> On Fri, 20 Oct 2006 14:20:11 -0300
> Guillermo Ramhort <gramhorst at fibertel.com.ar> wrote:
>> Hi, I was wondering if there is already a way or if it is planned, to have sylpheed give the option of opening an html mail under a web browser. This is so that when an html mail that rendering is not good enough to view it properly, then the user can view it under a full-featured browser of choice, much as if it were a web-based mail.
>> For instance, a command like "View in browser" or the like, that would export the html part of the message into a tmp file and then launch the browser pointing to that file.
>> Thanks, Willie.
> -

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