“Discourse” as mailing list surrogate (Was: Gmail POP3 Issue)

Am 02.01.21 17:16 schrieb(en) Peter Bloomfield:
PS This mailing list will likely be archived and closed in the near future[0], in favor of GNOME's Discourse 
instance, which is where discussion is being encouraged.

I found a note <https://discourse.gnome.org/t/interacting-with-discourse-via-email/46> that Discourse could 
be used exclusively by email, instead of fighting with a crowded and confusing web interface which pollutes my box 
with cookies…  However, that description is somewhat unclear to me, so it would be *really* great if you would 
place an explanation somewhere how it can be used as a “real” Balsa mailing list replacement, i.e. *without* the 
need to ever log in on that web site.

Furthermore, that tool apparently always sends mixed mails with a HTML part – any idea how I can switch that 
off, i.e. to receive text-only messages?


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