> Hello everybody,

> on Samstag, 20. Juli 2019 at 19:17  Ira <i...@extrasensory.com> wrote
> re ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented?
> (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

>>  I'm not trying to understand the structure of emails, I just want to read 
>> them.

>  That's OK, but I also understand from your statement that you do
> not understand the MIME structure of today's emails in the first place.
>   No problem, but you should not keep others from getting an easy
> look at exactly that structure, by which token those people in the
> know would be able to help you resolving problems which might occur in your 
> email.

>> Saturday, July 20, 2019, 12:41:09 AM, you wrote:
>>> TheBAt! should have two separate lists, selectable by a TAB, one of
>>> the real attachments, the other the nested list of all body parts.

>> I see no reason to have a list of nested body parts, I just want
>> the email displayed complete.

In my setup, the html tab at the bottom of the message preview shows a
complete message.  It is not necessary to look at the other parts, unless
you want to for some reason.

>>  Though I would be perfectly happy with
>> a somewhat hidden way to get that list if I ever see a reason why I
>> might care. It's an email program, just show me the email the way
>> the sender saw it, certainly not as a list of attachments and
>> pieces.

>   This list of attachments (and body parts) is aside, and you can
> ignore it. I think that TheBat! even allows to not show it at all.

>> If the sender did choose the "paperclip" to attach the file,
>> it's not an attachment and should not appear as such.
>   On the contrary, that is marked as an attachment and is
> transmitted as such, so that it is not shown inline in the email's
> text, but in a list of attachments.
>   The problem with TheBat! is that it does not make a difference
> between attachments on the one hand, and body parts to be shown inline on the 
> other.

>   Therefore my plea for two tabs in the column showing all parts as
> "attachments", the one being shown as default for the actual
> attachments, the other for all bodyparts in their nested structure.

> Cheers,
> Lüko Willms
> Frankfurt am Main
> Germany

> using: TheBat! (BETA)
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