Re: Forwarding options
- From: Marco van Oostende <marco oostende nl>
- To: Willem Riede <wriede riede org>
- Cc: balsa-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Forwarding options
- Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 09:01:15 +0200
Ah, now I figured out why it confused me. It indeed sends the original part
of the message as attachment, which is good. My problem was that it does not
show as a second attachment in this attachment field, so you won't be
informed. The only way to see it work is sending myself mail...
On 2003.09.24 22:21, Willem Riede wrote:
> On 2003.09.24 13:55, Peter Bloomfield wrote:
> > Hi Marco!
> > On 09/24/2003, Marco van Oostende wrote:
> > > Hi Peter,
> > >
> > > Forwarding with attach as it is now doesn't quote the original
> > > message on my machine. I feel this should be the case though,
> > > just like a reply works now.
> > I believe that forwarding attached is designed to handle the
> > attached message much like attaching a file: no quoting or other
> > changes.
> > > Regarding the forward with inline, I tried it on several memos.
> > > I read your words, but I don't understand them in the fact that
> > > they should do other things than a regular forward, it works
> > > the same for me. What;s the difference, and are both versions
> > > really required?
> > >
> > > Marco
> > I was thinking of the case where someone sends you a spreadsheet
> > or (ugh!) a M$Word document as an attachment--you wouldn't want
> > to have it inline.
> No, but you (at least I) would expect that attachment to become an
> attachment to the new e-mail, which would have the body of the
> original message quoted inline.
> Reagrds, Willem Riede.
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