[Mailman-Users] Question about 'Content filtered message notification'
rick at niof.net
Fri May 15 13:46:57 CEST 2009
On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 02:14:31PM +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Mark Sapiro writes:
> > As an aside to the original question, I think the MIME structure
> > multipart/related
> > multipart/alternative
> > text/plain
> > text/html
> > image/jpeg
> > is fundamentally wrong since the image/jpeg part is related to the
> > text/html part and not to the multipart/alternative part.
> I don't think you can say that in general, though. "Here's a picture
> of my new baby!" with a nice inline display for the HTML subpart, and
> presented by the MUA as an attachment for people who are momentarily
> restricted to text-only, seems like a common application.
> > That said, I have seen the former structure often, notably I think
> > with "stationery" from Microsoft MUAs.
> That's definitely wrong, though, if the image is part of the HTML
In this case, the image was the company logo. I think that would count
as part of the stationery.
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