plain text in Thunderbird
errol at tzora.co.il
Thu Apr 26 16:07:21 UTC 2012
On 04/26/2012 12:15 PM, Alvin wrote:
> On Thursday 26 April 2012 10:55:27 Errol Sapir wrote:
>> Hi Alvin
>> Sorry for the top posting. As for the HTML I can't understand what's going
>> on. I get the message as I sent it, without the HTML settings. Errol
> I'll start a new thread for this, as it's essentially another question.
> I see you're using Thunderbird. There are several settings:
> - Tools> Account Settings> /your-account/> Composition& Addressing
> Uncheck 'Compose messages in HTML format'.
> - Tools> Options> Composition> General> Send Options
> Text Format: Convert the message to plain text
> Plain Text Domains: Add 'ubuntu.com'
> When using plain text (as you should always do - HTML should be the exception
> here) using a fixed with font will make it easy to create small tables without
> resorting to HTML. (In KMail: View> Use fixed font<X>)
> Thunderbird& KMail can also view *bold*, /italic/ and _underline_ in plain
> While checking your mail client, I see that you have to check your mail server
> too. It's listed in a few blacklists.
>  http://kb.mozillazine.org/Mail_content_types#Enhanced_plain_text_features
Alin, thanks for your explanation. I have changed the settings and hope
things are now sent in plain text.
My settings were under the edit> title and not tools. Maybe because my
Thunderbird is 11.0.1?
As for the checking of mail server, that is a must with my provider.
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