On January 28, 2002 at 16:10, Paul Thomas wrote:
BTW, what is a "PJPEG" file? How is different from a regular JPEG
I have no idea and at the moment, I'm afraid to ask:o)
From a quick google search, it looks like it represents a
progressive JPEG image. However, there should be no reason
to have an image/pjpeg media-type for it since the progressive
information should be embedded in the image. Also, image/pjpeg
is not registered with IANA.
The closest you can get is using the ICONS resource with the $ICON$,
or $ICONURL$, resource variables.
but then an icon would appear each listed archived email regardless
of containing an image file?
It only appears for the media-types you register an icon for.
A problem will be if your messages with images are part of
a multipart type. You can associate an icon with multipart types,
but then you do not know if the actual message really contains
FYI, you can have icons show in the converted message itself
by specifying the "useicon" mimearg to the external file filter.