Help me please. In MailMan mailing list... What is the setting to put HTML code in footer and header of the mailman list ??? I use MailMan Mailing List of CPanel and HTML CODE IS NOT RECOGNIZED. I read all in pure text. If i insert HTML code such as footer or header it result in a error. I read all messages in pure text. Not "GoodBye GoodBye GoodBye" but "<body> <p>GoodBye GoodBye GoodBye GoodBye</p> </body>".
WHAT IS THE SETTING TO READ HTML CODE IN THE MAILING LIST MESSAGES (TO INSERT HEADER AND FOOTER IN HTML CODE) ????
Setting. ----- General Options ----- An introductory description - a few paragraphs - about the list. It will be included, as html, at the top of the listinfo page. Carriage returns will end a paragraph - see the details for more info. (Details for info) :
<p>GoodBye GoodBye GoodBye </p>
OTHER SETTING IN GENERAL OPTION ???
---- Non-digest options ---- Header added to mail sent to regular list members (Details for msg_header)
IS THIS AN ERROR ?
---- Content filtering ----
Should Mailman filter the content of list traffic according to the settings below? (Edit filter_content) NO CORRECT ???
Remove message attachments that don't have a matching content type. Leave this field blank to skip this filter test. (Details for pass_mime_types)
multipart/mixed multipart/alternative text/plain text/html
Should Mailman convert text/html parts to plain text? This conversion happens after MIME attachments have been stripped. (Edit convert_html_to_plaintext)
Action to take when a message matches the content filtering rules. (Details for filter_action)
On Wednesday 20 August 2003 12:10, Fabio Rossi wrote:
Help me please. In MailMan mailing list... What is the setting to put HTML code in footer and header of the mailman list ??? I use MailMan Mailing List of CPanel and HTML CODE IS NOT RECOGNIZED.
Mailman 2.1 has no way to add header/footer as HTML, you can add plain text only. If you think this is important, you can file a request for enhancement here -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/mailman BTW, your question is off-topic on the -i18n list, please refer to -users.