Gary Waters wrote: > Patrick O'Callaghan wrote: > >> There's another way to classify mailing-lists: those that are OK with >> HTML messages, and those that aren't. This one isn't (see >> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicate/MailingListGuidelines) so >> please take note. >> >> poc >> > > Ok, I just noticed this part. Had it been less "cryptic" and had began > with something more attention-grabbing like "please do not post in > HTML..." I would have corrected sooner. The world is full of people who > make mistakes ( without realizing it ), and just as replete with those > who act like they never do. I will humbly claim to be the former. > If someone does not point out when you are making a mistake "without realizing it", how will you ever know you are making a mistake? > It would seem thunderbird enables both "send as HTML" and "start my > reply above quote" as default. Both have now been modified accordingly. > I'm still not fully acquainted with the nuances of the program yet. I > apologize for any annoyances. > One other setting that may help you, but is kind of hidden away, is the option to set the type of email sent to specific domains. Edit --> Preferences --> Composition --> General --> Send Options Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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