Re: [Evolution] A few notes about the user interface
- From: Richard Zach <zach math berkeley edu>
- To: evolution helixcode com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] A few notes about the user interface
- Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2001 14:51:36 -0700
o When forwarding a mail, it can either be forwarded as an attachment,
or as quoted text. Both are usually considered fairly bad habits, in
particular forwarding as quoted (and indented) text leads to emails that
have more greater than symbols than actual text. I'd like to at least
have this behaviour an option.
But on latest snapshots you can forward inline: Actions > Forward As...
This has been debated at length, months ago. Forwarding as an
attachemnt is the correct way, and why it is the default behaviour, and
will not change.
What does "is the correct way" mean? Is there an RFC that says you can't forward a message inline?
Then how about making the forwarded subject line say something like "FW:" or
"FWD:", instead of the non-standard and disconcerting way it is now?
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