Errol Sapir errol at
Wed Jun 5 00:06:23 UTC 2013

On 06/04/2013 07:27 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
> On 04/06/13 14:21, Basil Chupin wrote:
>> On 04/06/13 13:40, Errol Sapir wrote:
>>> On 06/03/2013 05:40 PM, Basil Chupin wrote:
>>>> On 03/06/13 21:39, Peter Watson wrote:
>>>> You can still compose your messages in HTML but where you determine
>>>> whether the message is sent as HTML or in ASCII (text) is in the
>>>> CONTACTS list where you specify (at the bottom of the entry) how posts
>>>> to this address should be sent: html, text or unknown.
>>>> I always compose my mail in HTML because some of the people I deal with
>>>> only recognise HTML (ie, if they saw text they wouldn't know what it
>>>> was
>>>> - they are all Windows users you see :-) ) but posts to mail lists -
>>>> like this one - has the Contact address configured to have mail sent to
>>>> it as text.
>>> Peter I now changed the format in my Kubuntu recipients list in the
>>> address book to "only send as text" to this list.
>>> As I receive my mail correctly however sent, can you or Nils tell me
>>> if this is now received correctly.
>>> TIA
>>> Errol
>> Received here, in this list, in text format :-) .
>> BC
> I forgot to mention that if you use the recent Daily releases (past
> ~week+) of Thunderbird 24.0a1 then it has a bug and it seems to ignore
> the setting in the Contacts list of addressees and sends the mail as
> HTML. So if you are using 24.0a1 switch back to TB 17.0.6 and all will
> be well again.
> BC

I'm glad mine is now OK. I am using TB 17.0.6. Mine didn't update

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