On Tuesday 10 April 2018 15:57,
Yubin Ruan <ablacktsh...@gmail.com> put forth the proposition:

Can anyone share some approaches for reading HTML emails.
Currenlty I use w3m:

   text/html; w3m -I %{charset} -T text/html; copiousoutput;

But sometimes I receive some HTML mails which can not be handled that well by
w3m, so I want to open that html attachment in a browser. How can I switch


What I did was make a shell script to save the mail and open it in
elinks when autoview didn't autoopen it for some reason. You can
easily change elinks to another browser:


cat /dev/stdin > "$TMPFILE"
sed -ri "s%^(Date:|From:|To:|Cc:|Subject:|X-Mailer:)(.*)%\1\2\<br\>%g" 
elinks -force-html "$TMPFILE"
rm -f "$TMPFILE"

And the macro:

macro pager,index,attach Z "|~/.mutt/elinks<enter>"

The sed line is just to add line breaks to the headers.

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