Keith Whaley wrote:
> flyguy wrote:
>> terje wrote:
>>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>>> terje wrote:
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>> Using SeaMonkey 1.1.14 email client, I tried to save a MS created
>>>>> rich message as .eml file. The messages contained embedded images
>>>>> which first was displayed correct in SM. But after saving to
>>>>> file.eml and loading the file in SM next, there was only a text
>>>>> reference ole0.bmp and the image was gone. Tried also to force file
>>>>> type .html without more success.
>>>>> How to possibly save a rich message with embedded images to a file
>>>>> with images correctly? Isn't that possible?
>>>>> Rgds,
>>>>> Terje J. Hanssen
>>>> when saving, try clicking on the drop down and save as html, then
>>>> don't forget to remove the eml from the name.  Did that work?
>>> I expect you mean what I already also had tried:
>>> SM File>Save as>File
>>> Save as type: Dropdown - html
>>> and remove eml from the name
>>> 1) No; opening this file.html from Seamonkey or from Firefox holds
>>> only a text reference ole0.bmp and no image visible.
>>> 2) The same happends if I right click on file.html or file.eml and
>>> select Open with>Seamonkey from the context menu.
>>> 3) But I found out one way it works:
>>> If I spesifically starts the Semonkey Email client and use
>>> File>Open_File and select file.eml, then the image is displayed
>>> correct in the message.
>>> The task still is to save it as a file.html so that it can be loaded
>>> in a web browser or to export it as pdf.
>> If you use a free PDF printer driver like CutePDF (, you
>> can "print" directly to PDF from SM, or from any other program that
>> can print, for that matter.
> I can do the very same thing with the Edit/Print/PDF command in SM
> 1.1.13! No need for a separate application. SM had already anticipated
> that need.
> keith whaley

Sorry, I can't find that menu(?) options on my SeaMonkey 1.1.14 Linux

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