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Re: [opensuse] test of sending to list using TEXT not HTML
  • From: Sergey Mkrtchyan <crusoe@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 06 Jan 2007 12:42:10 +0400
  • Message-id: <459F60E2.1030104@xxxxxxxxxx>
Carlos E. R. wrote:

I send and receive lots of e-mails which contain equations. I just prepare
them using any equation editor and paste them as pictures in my HTML e-mail.
So I raise my both hands ;)

Good enough reason, for you :-)

Paifull way of working on the other sides of the planet. Friend, who I'm working with, each time makes that all calculations by hand then scan it and send it to me as pdf. Slow process...

I use plain text for lists, it saves many bytes. I reserve html for special needs. I don't see it as evil, just often unneceasry.

While we are at it, let me ask, why in plain text messages several spaces
(&nbsp;) are displayed as one? When I send letter as plain text my signature
screws up, displaying not DNA there at all.

I should mention that signature is HTML file, which I attach in Thunderbird as
my signature?

You need to create a diferent signature in plain text. Use a diferent profile for the list, which uses plain text and sig.

I've configured TB in a way that it sends to this list only plain text messages. The question actually was how to create a signature in plain text. How it is usually done? (newbie, maybe)


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