[Mailman-Users] HTML table code broken via Mailman
Edward Salm, PhD
edward at LambdaEnt.com
Sun Oct 5 11:14:54 CEST 2008
=3d is the escape code for a "=". That is "direct" HTML as translated.
Regular HTML was used, so that part you were incorrect.
You were right on the money about the footer! Wow, that did it. Thank you.
What do you mean "full personalization"? I don't know what you are referring
On 10/4/08 11:41 PM, "Lloyd Tennison" <lists at viplist.us> wrote:
> Two problems:
> 1. You have image(s) sent in the email. They ideally are better sourced to
> a server. (It also make the email smaller and transmits faster.)
> 2. You are adding a footer to a mime message. That will quite often create
> havoc with the message. Make the footer part of the standard HTML coding,
> and you should be fine. See
> Also, whatever you are using to create the HTML code is creating errors.
> <div align=3D"center"><font face=3D"Verdana" size=3D"1"><<please
> Get something that makes the code directly, and does not add all the "3D" and
> change your "<" and ">" codes, as a start.
> I aways recommend to use full personalization, too, in Mailman. Without it
> the bounce processing does not work as well.
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