* Grant Edwards <grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com> [10-29-19 13:10]: > On 2019-10-28, Matthias Apitz <g...@unixarea.de> wrote: > > El día lunes, octubre 28, 2019 a las 04:50:40p. m. -0500, Derek Martin > > escribió: > > > >> > FWIW, I (as a mutt user for 15++ years) do not need this. Thanks > >> > >> Perhaps not, but the fact that it keeps coming up here is pretty clear > >> indication that it's a feature that would be useful to a lot of > >> people... > > > > Well, do you speak for you or for a 'lot of people'? Who they are? > > Muttdown (a "sendmail" filter) which creates mutlipart alternative > html/text messages is the only reason I've been able to continue to > use mutt for the past 5-6 years. About 90% of the people to whom I > send email can't deal with plaintext only. The display of plaintext is > butchered horribly by Outlook, and using plaintext-only makes me look > incompetent because I can't send an easy-to-read email (the recipient > has to save it as a text file and open it with notepad++ in a fixed > font for it to be readable).
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