[sylpheed:30219] Re: Open in browser
gramhorst at fibertel.com.ar
Sun Oct 22 02:34:34 JST 2006
Gene, I am actually refering to some newsletters that are published in
html format and have some refined formatting that it really makes sense
to view them from a browser (or a full featured client like thunderbird).
You can subscribe to the lists at www.ibm.com/developerworks to look at
an actual sample. Nice resource of information, by the way.
Gene Goldenfeld wrote:
> Guillermo Ramhorst <gramhorst at fibertel.com.ar> wrote:
>> 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:
> Are you referring to HTML mail that has images within it that you can't
> see? Sylpheed doesn't handle those. Instead, you click on a link in
> the email, or copy a text URL over to your browser. I find
> the loss of image to be a problem very occasionally, but those are a
> function of poor email design, not taking into account how a text user
> would see it.
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