On 6 Mar 2018, at 11:20, Stijn Jonker wrote:
I really dig MailMate; there is just one thing I can't figure out.
There is a nice HTML version of my email created. This is good for
most purposes. But sometimes you want to just go "old-skool" and only
send plain text emails. How in the manual you are directed to the
"Compose settings" but I really don't want to change the default.
Above this email I'm writing now the "bar" it says "Plain text", but
as I see the preview window I'm sure an html version will be send
alongside. Is there a magic button and/or menu option I can select to
prevent the html version being generated?
The preview window shows you what MailMate would show if receiving the
email. This is always HTML since MailMate uses an HTML view to show
messages. In other words, even plain text messages are converted to
HTML. You can use ⌥⌘U to see the raw message (to see exactly what is
generated). Alternatively, use “View ▸ Message Body Parts” to see
if more than plain text is available.
If you use the “Plain Text” option then HTML is *only* generated if
MailMate has embedded HTML (as part of replying/forwarding some types of
HTML email). Or if you have enabled in the Composer preferences pane
that MailMate should always generate HTML in order to be able to style
the outgoing message.
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