On 4/16/2018 7:26 AM, Bob Fleischer wrote:
> I often send text messages containing a URL in plain text.
> If I send the message in plain text from Seamonkey, it is recognized by a 
> recipient Seamonkey as a clickable link and displayed as such.
> If I send the message in plain text from another mail program (in this case, 
> Samsung's Android Email app), the plain text URL is not recognized nor 
> displayed as a link.
> Looking at the message source, the only difference I can see is that the 
> plain text from Seamonkey is sent as 7-bit plain text, whereas the plain 
> text from the app is encoded in base64.
> Curiously, Samsung's app, when viewing such a message, does recognize the 
> URL as a link.
> Why is that, and can I change Seamonkey to recognize the URL in that case?
> Thanks,
> Bob

Are all the links bracketed by < and > per RFC 3986?

David E. Ross

First you say you do, and then you don't.
And then you say you will, but then won't.
You're undecided now, so what're you goin' to do?
                        From a 1950s song
That should be Donald Trump's theme song.  He obviously
does not understand "commitment", whether it is about
policy or marriage.
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