>Count me as another one of those few people who actually uses the >text/plain content. :-) For the most part, I don't read emails that are >HTML only unless I absolutely have to and if there's a text/plain I >manage with that unless it's terrible.
My original draft of that email said "you're probably the only person who uses the the text/plain content", but then I remembered what mailing list I am on :-) My larger point is that, sadly, I've seen a distressing number of times when the text/plain version of a multipart/alternative message is not useful. I really wish people who have a shitty text/plain part would simply NOT bother and just generate text/html; I don't know why they even bother to generate such a lousy text/plain part, but this is the world we live in. I suspect we (nmh users) might be the only users who actually look at the text/plain content versus the text/html content. --Ken -- nmh-workers https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/nmh-workers