On Apr 1, 9:21 am, Ray_Net <tbrraymond.schmit...@tbrscarlet.be> wrote:
> Terry R. wrote:
> > The date and time was Tuesday, March 31, 2009 4:48:11 PM, and on a whim,
> > googl...@kwcpa.com pounded out on the keyboard:
>
> >> On Mar 31, 7:11 pm, "Terry R." <terry.f1...@nospamgmail.com> wrote:
> >>> The date and time was Tuesday, March 31, 2009 3:03:07 PM, and on a whim,
> >>> googl...@kwcpa.com pounded out on the keyboard:
>
> >>>> On Mar 31, 4:54 pm, Ray_Net <tbrraymond.schmit...@tbrscarlet.be>
> >>>> wrote:
> >>>>> googl...@kwcpa.com wrote:
> >>>>>> On Mar 30, 6:58 pm, Ray_Net <tbrraymond.schmit...@tbrscarlet.be>
> >>>>>> wrote:
> >>>>>>> googl...@kwcpa.com wrote:
> >>>>>>>> Ok - here's an example of the problem, based on a short message I
> >>>>>>>> composed in HTML.  In HTML, there was a blank line before the line
> >>>>>>>> that starts "Me".  When I go into the sent folder and do a view ->
> >>>>>>>> message source, the blank line is there (although the message
> >>>>>>>> has been
> >>>>>>>> converted totext).
> >>>>>>>> However, when I just look at either the received message (i sent
> >>>>>>>> it to
> >>>>>>>> myself, among others), or the copy in my sent folder, the blank
> >>>>>>>> line
> >>>>>>>> is MISSING.  Pull a few blank lines in a row from a long message
> >>>>>>>> and
> >>>>>>>> it becomes very hard to read.
> >>>>>>>> OUTPUT OF "VIEW -> MESSAGE SOURCE"
> >>>>>>>> From - Mon Mar 30 13:44:36 2009
> >>>>>>>> X-Mozilla-Status: 0001
> >>>>>>>> X-Mozilla-Status2: 00800000
> >>>>>>>> X-Mozilla-
> >>>>>>>> Keys:
> >>>>>>>> Message-ID: [omitted]
> >>>>>>>> Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 13:44:35 -0400
> >>>>>>>> From: [omitted]
> >>>>>>>> User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:
> >>>>>>>> 1.8.1.21) Gecko/20090303 SeaMonkey/1.1.15
> >>>>>>>> MIME-Version: 1.0
> >>>>>>>> To:[omitted]
> >>>>>>>> Subject: This Week...
> >>>>>>>> Content-Type:text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
> >>>>>>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
> >>>>>>>> OK - Wed is the first of 3 more prepaid weeks.
> >>>>>>>> I -believe- the following people are playing Wednesday:
> >>>>>>>> Me, Kathy, Art, Lisa, Jon, Peter, John, Beth, Kevin    (Ed is away
> >>>>>>>> this week)
> >>>>>>>> If you're on the list above and aren't "IN", please let me know
> >>>>>>>> ASAP.
> >>>>>>>> Otherwise, we'll assume a  quorum.
> >>>>>>>> /j
> >>>>>>>> WHAT I SEE IN MY SENT FOLDER
> >>>>>>>> OK - Wed is the first of 3 more prepaid weeks.
> >>>>>>>> I -believe- the following people are playing Wednesday:
> >>>>>>>> Me, Kathy, Art, Lisa, Jon, Peter, John, Beth, Kevin    (Ed is away
> >>>>>>>> this week)
> >>>>>>>> If you're on the list above and aren't "IN", please let me know
> >>>>>>>> ASAP.
> >>>>>>>> Otherwise, we'll assume a  quorum.
> >>>>>>>> /j
> >>>>>>> Thanks for furnishing us an pseudo-working example.
> >>>>>>> I do your test.
> >>>>>>> It seems that only you have a problem ...
> >>>>>>> My RESULT IS CORRECT: Have a look !!!!
> >>>>>>> Subject: TEST CONVERSION
> >>>>>>> Content-Type:text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
> >>>>>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
> >>>>>>> X-DCC-scarlet.be-Metrics: hel 20001; Body=1 Fuz1=1 Fuz2=2
> >>>>>>> X-UIDL: (%l!!\pP!!""i!!joZ"!
> >>>>>>> OK - Wed is the first of 3 more prepaid weeks.
> >>>>>>> I -believe- the following people are playing Wednesday:
> >>>>>>> Me, Kathy, Art, Lisa, Jon, Peter, John, Beth, Kevin    (Ed is away
> >>>>>>> this week)
> >>>>>>> If you're on the list above and aren't "IN", please let me know
> >>>>>>> ASAP.
> >>>>>>> Otherwise, we'll assume a  quorum.
> >>>>>> You gottext, not HTML
> >>>>>> ????
> >>>>>> /j
> >>>>> You always speak about a conversion ...there is no conversion needed.
> >>>>> In the case you furnished....The inputtextin plaintext, so the mail
> >>>>> is also plaintext. All is NORMAL.
> >>>>> You said also "the blank line is MISSING. " ...i used your inputtextas
> >>>>> test, and i did not have any blank line missing as you show us.
> >>>>> So YOUR pc have a problem .... not mine.
> >>>>> SM is WORKING PERFECTLY.
> >>>>> If you want to sent a mail in HTML format, please furnish him an
> >>>>> HTMLtext.
> >>>>> AnyWay, you NEVER cannot force the recipient to read it in HTML
> >>>>> format.
> >>>> I can't furnish in HTML, SM always converts it to plaintext.  and I
> >>>> never said I wanted to force anyone to do anything (except for certain
> >>>> readers to read the whole thread and take a request seriously) 8-}
> >>> Like I mentioned, if you insert a sig that has just one HTML element,
> >>> say a specific color or something of that sort, then it would be sent in
> >>> HTML.  Or use the Insert HTML and insert a horizontal line at the top or
> >>> bottom (i.e. <hr> ). That will force it to be sent in HTML.
>
> >>> Terry R.
> >>> --
>
> >> Thanks Terry - I appreciate it, and I know many people (from postings
> >> elsewhere) use this workaround.  I just thought that if there were so
> >> many people working around something, it might make sense to request a
> >> fix.
>
> >> best regards
> >> /j
>
> > I can see how it is confusing, although I agree with the method.  Most
> > of us write a message and send it off.  I compose in HTML and I have a
> > serif font as my default.  I have my settings set to send in HTML to
> > specific people in my AB, and because my sig file is an HTML file, it's
> > sent that way.
>
> > But if I don't have any specific HTML elements and I am composing in
> > HTML mode, TB is taking the privilege to send the message as it sees
> > fit, since there aren't any HTML elements included.
>
> > I would agree that if the user has the settings to compose in HTML, it
> > should be sent in HTML, EVEN if there is only a font setting as the
> > default.
>
> > Terry R.
>
> How can i (as you said) compose in HTML if there is NOTHING in HTML ?
> If there is nothing in HTML, SM have the right to send it in plaintext.... 
> because it's a plain-texttext.
>
> If you want that we try your problem ...tell us step by step how to get
> your "the blank line is MISSING. " symptom.

There isn't "nothing" in HTML.  There is font selection, (important
for people who choose to read their Email in HTML).  There are tabs,
there are paragraph breaks etc.  You know all this already.

Step by Step -
1) compose a multi-paragraph Email (the more paragraphs the better)
with "compose in HTML" set.
2) send Email
3) look in sent folder - are all the paragraph breaks there?
4) if not, go to step 1 and repeat.

No offense, but I don't understand is why you continue to post on this
thread.  I'm not trying to flame, but I'm honestly confused.  You ask
for the same information over and over, and then dismiss anything you
don't agree with.  I understand and accept that you feel SM is perfect
in this regard.  Still, I'm here to try to affect some change as has
been affirmed by others.  Why are you still posting?

/j
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