Cameron Smith wrote:
> Look into mutipart and offer both html and plain text in the same email.
> This allows the client to view it as they see fit.
> If you do send html it has a much more restrictive implementation than
> and css for a webpage so study up on what you can and can't do.
> Mailchimp has some great info about this.
Personally, I'd suggest giving the subscribers the *option* of either. I
really dislike HTML email, and even when I can read it, it's *really*
But then, I also consider HTML email a *great* way to spread malware.
> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 1:36 AM, Nicolas Kovacs <i...@microlinux.fr> wrote:
>> This question is not exactly CentOS-related strictly speaking, but here
>> goes. I'm running a few newsletter servers for myself and a handful of
>> clients on public CentOS servers with PHPList.
>> For the last twenty years or so I've followed the basic rule that mails
>> should have no formatting whatsoever, only simple text. And now I wonder
>> if that basic rule of netiquette also applies to newsletters.
>> I'm a subscriber to a series of tech-related newsletters, and I couldn't
>> help but notice that they all seem to be HTML-formatted, even those from
>> respectable hardcore geek groups.
>> So my somewhat naive question: is HTML formatting acceptable in
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