On Saturday 14 February 2009 19:28:45 Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote: > Em Sáb 14 Fev 2009, Anne Wilson escreveu: > > On Saturday 14 February 2009 18:59:04 Arthur Pemberton wrote: > > > It's still considered a security risk, but you can flip a switch to > > > enable it. Any by switch I mean checkbox. > > > > Unfortunately, no. You have to flip a switch to disable it. That's > > what I object to. > > Uh? Displaying HTML e-mails is disabled by default in KMail. You have to > explicitly enable this in the Security section of the configuration > dialog. This option is near the other one you have to check if you want > KMail automatically loads external references embedded in an HTML > message. > But I think the limitations about which the OP was referring to are the > ones when we want to send HTML e-mail, not to see received HTML mail. > The KMail composer is still limited when it comes to creating HTML > messages. But worst than that is the impossibility to forward HTML e- > mail retaining its original format, unless you forward it as an > attachment, but then you can't add your comments to the original > message. > For reading incoming HTML mail, KMail is ok. > What I was objecting to was that one day, after an update, I suddenly found that I was sending html mail. The default now appears to be to have html enabled for sending. I consider that very bad practice. To have the capability so that people can switch it on if they desire is fine, but to have html as the default is not. To compound the issue, it isn't just that the update was a major one. Twice since then it has been re-set to enabled after updates. Anne
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