Kevin J. McCarthy wrote:
On Tue, Oct 29, 2019 at 06:28:34PM +0800, Kevin J. McCarthy wrote:
I'll be working on this in the 'kevin/multipart-alternative' branch, but just fyi that I force-push to my development branches, and they are usually "work in progress".

I've merged the branch into master. For those who want to give it a try, please see the documentation under "MIME Multipart/Alternative" <>.

This is interesting - I'm trying this...

I'm using this MIMEBellish script to transform plaintext mail to
multipart mail with HTML for a few years and it works quite well:

Personally, I find the change from text as WYSIWYG representation to
text as source code (markdown is source code in a way) challenging.
While I was able to just write an email and send it, it is now a process
of carefully "coding" an email, previewing, correcting, previewing,

Best Regards,

Stefan Hagen | (gopher|https)://
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