[Baypiggies] pre-PIGgies dinner
asimjalis at gmail.com
Fri Nov 20 03:01:49 CET 2009
Mutt can be configured to render HTML (using lynx or elinks). The mutt
faq  has a pretty good description of how to do it.
> Q: I keep getting HTML attachments.
> A: Yes. And with recent Mutt versions, there is help. Just add
> one of these to your ~/.mailcap:
> text/html; lynx -force_html %s; needsterminal;
> text/html; elinks -default-mime-type text/html %s; needsterminal;
> Alternatively you can use autoview, which makes mutt display
> the attachments inline. Then you have to add set
> implicit_autoview to your muttrc and one of these to your
> text/html; lynx -dump -force_html %s; needsterminal; copiousoutput;
> text/html; elinks -dump -dump-charset iso-8859-15 -default-mime-type text/html %s; needsterminal; copiousoutput;
> I recommend elinks over lynx because of its superior HTML rendering.
On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Nick Stinemates <nick at stinemates.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 03:58:04PM -0800, Keith Dart wrote:
>> === On Thu, 11/19, Nick Stinemates wrote: ===
>> > This has to be the worst email I've ever received on a mailing list :(
>> What email client/program are you using?
>> FYI, claws-mail with an HTML render plugin can deal with it.
> No thanks. Including a plaintext version is what most sane email clients
> should do.
>> -- Keith Dart
>> -- --------------------
>> Keith Dart
>> <keith at dartworks.biz>
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