speaking of kmail ...

Lord Sauron lordsauronthegreat at gmail.com
Fri Sep 8 01:18:32 UTC 2006

On Thursday 07 September 2006 18:02, Rich Johnson wrote:
> On Thursday 07 September 2006 19:30, Brad Becker wrote:
> > Is it possible to compose an email where a certain word is a
> > hyperlink for some embedded url?
> >
> > For instance, if I type:  'for more info click here', where the
> > word 'here', when clicked, directs you
> > to the embedded url link.
> As far as I know, KMail only supports plain text emails, which is the
> best anyways for security reasons (not for us really, but for our
> users who are still using Windows).

He he... I even have virus scanners installed so that I can keep my 
windows partition alive.  Not exactly sure why I care...  but for some 
illogical and unexplainable reason I do.

> What I do is this:
> for more info click http://www.kubuntu.org
> hehe, it is cheap and cheesy, but safe and secure :)

Also, many people find it rude when you send HTML emails.  They're big, 
fat and annoying and the HTML usually doesn't add anything worthwhile 
to the email!

As a general rule, if you need to use text formatting to express 
yourself, you're probably trying to express something too forcefully.  
Shut up, calm down, then come back.

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