pupeno at pupeno.com
Mon Apr 10 16:48:38 UTC 2006
On Mon, 2006-04-10 at 11:13 -0500, Michael V. De Palatis wrote:
> I guess I don't understand the problem. HTML is always sent as "HTML
> code." The only thing that does anything is the mail reader which is
> supposed to recognize if it's HTML and display accordingly.
> Am I missing the question entirely?
One thing is to send HTML as text, where the user ends up seeing the
HTML code instead of the formatting that code is supoused to make. That
is Me - Atlantic's problem.
The solution is to send HTML as HTML (I think MIME-encapsulated) in
which case the mail client is likely to interpret it as HTML.
Pupeno <pupeno at pupeno.com> http://pupeno.com
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