I think, it qualifies to be a bug in bugzilla. (donno if one is there


On Sun, 2008-03-16 at 14:38 +0100, Philip Van Hoof wrote:
> Hi there,
> When you add an image to your HTML signature, it'll make the
> content-disposition "attachment" and it'll set the filename header.
> Both actions are incorrect: the content-disposition is inline and
> there's no need to set the filename header. Both will make E-mail
> clients like Outlook, but also Evolution itself, think that the E-mail
> contains an attachment (a file attachment).
> I have seen Evolution do this wrong for all kinds of inline embedded
> images, whenever you insert this into your HTML document. This is
> incorrect behaviour and not conform MIME.
> ps. For a free software E-mail client, I think the better option is to
> go with the specifications. That Outlook gets things wrong is not a good
> excuse. Although I think modern E-mail clients like Outlook are getting
> this right nowadays.

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