On May 6, 2004 at 23:38, "Terry Ally" wrote:
I also tried the other option which you recommended:
m2h_text_plain::filter; attachcheck quote htmlcheck maxwidth=90 target=_blank
Add the "nonfixed" option if you do not want <pre> formatting plain
When I email from another email programme which has
<!--X-Content-Type: multipart/alternative -->
the results are terrible ... all the HTML code is showing up on the page.
Check your MIMEFILTERS setting to see if you have the m2h_text_plain
filter registered for text/html media-type.
> absolutely sure, but I suspect that the <pre> tags are occurring
> you are using the default MIMALTPREFS resource settings. According
to the docs,
> the default is to prefer plain text. See:
Incorrect. The default setting for MIMEALTPREFS is nil. Therefore,
the preference semantics employed are those defined in the MIME