[sylpheed:36705] Re: Proper HTML rendering for select mails?

Gene Goldenfeld genegold at fastmail.com
Wed May 2 03:57:27 JST 2018

On Tue, 1 May 2018 20:10:49 +0200
Till Kolditz <till.kolditz at gmail.com> wrote:

> > You can set up Sylpheed, as I have, to open HTML emails in your web
> > browser. That will meet your needs.
> > Craig
> Hi Gene,
> I understood your initial querstion a bit differently and maybe I can
> provide a solution to another aspect of your problem. These links
> inside the mail open up your browser with a dedicated URL. You don't
> need this, when the mail contains an html *attechment* (IMHO it is
> not really an attechment in the strict sense). When the mail also
> contains such an HTML part, you will see the attachment list view
> button (and also the attachment symbol in the folder content view).
> Select your mail, then open the attachment list view, then (for me
> this works under windows) double click the HTML attachment and you
> will see your MAIL CONTENT in the web browser. You can verify this as
> the browser's address line should show a "file://" URL which points
> to some html-file on your disk. HTH!
> Cheers,
> Till

Yes, you picked up my sense correctly.  If I once knew about double
clicking the attachment, it flew out the window (with so much else).


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