[ubuntu-uk] E-mail body as attachment
steve at hometech4all.co.uk
Mon Jun 1 14:27:04 BST 2009
Aye, you're right RE clients...
And now I'm on Thunderbird and all is good... Dam the other rubbish...
Thanks for the explanation anyway.
William Anderson wrote:
> Rob Beard wrote:
>> Steve Archer wrote:
>>> Why is it that when some people send an e-mail to the list I receive the
>>> e-mail with no body, but it is instead an attachment?
>>> It's driving me nuts...
>>> Cheers, Steve
>> Strange, what e-mail client (or provider if it's webmail) are you using?
> Matt is using Evolution to send, Steve is using Windows Live Mail to
>> I find that by default Thunderbird will forward messages as an
>> attachment rather than inline but I've not experienced it when reading
>> messages on the list.
> It's not Thunderbird, or forwarding messages to a list ... it looks like
> Evolution is sending Matt's gpg-signed messages with the plain body text
> and gpg signature in separate mime enclosures. Mailman then encloses
> *that* in its own mime enclosure, and adds the list footer in a separate
> attachment. So Matt's original two attachments (the body text, the gnu
> signature) become attachments within an attachment!
> There's something to be said for just plain text :)
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