Re: [Evolution] External pictures in html mails

Le jeu 29/01/2004 à 19:08, Jeffrey Stedfast a écrit :
you probably have a misconfigured proxy setting on the machine that
doesn't work then.
It is not. We thought about it.
Galeon 1.3 is able to load pages, and as far as I know, it uses the same
parameters (unless this is a bug in Evolution).
To test it, we even disabled the firewall and allowed the machine to go
out without having to go through the web proxy.
But it didn't work :-(

(I misunderstood you the first time, I thought it was only a few random
html mails that failed)
No, all html mails with external pictures, but only for some users.


On Thu, 2004-01-29 at 13:03, Jérôme Warnier wrote:
Le mer 28/01/2004 à 16:17, Jeffrey Stedfast a écrit :
probably means that the references in the html aren't properly defined.
Do you want me to send you a sample?

Anyway, it is not that simple because, on the same machine, one user
will work and another will not. I realized that after struggling against
this problem for days (well, no much time per day, I must admit).

I'm using Debian Woody with GNOME 2.2 and Evolution backports. And the
same packages work fine on other machines or just other users.


On Wed, 2004-01-28 at 03:46, Jérôme Warnier wrote:
Some (most) users here, using Evolution 1.4.5, do not get the pictures
in HTML mails when not attached to the e-mail (ie: need to load it from
the Internet).
There is no firewall, and using a web proxy or not (through the GNOME
2.2 settings) does not change the behaviour.
The preference about loading external pictures is set (to all, not even
restricted works), and even when I ask to load the pictures for a
specific mail, it doesn't work.

Could somebody here help me?

PS: I already posted a mail about this on this mailing-list some time
ago, but got helpful no answer.

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