Re: [Evolution] email body format
- From: Thomas Mittelstaedt <tmstaedt t-mittelstaedt de>
- To: jd <jd1008 gmail com>
- Cc: evolution-list <evolution-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] email body format
- Date: Thu, 13 May 2010 03:02:09 +0200
Am Dienstag, den 11.05.2010, 17:10 -0700 schrieb jd:
I have config'ed evo to use html as message format.
When I copy html content from some web page and
paste it into a new message, none of the images
are displayed. I only see what appears like place
holders for what should be the image. Sometimes
I do not even see that!
Is there a way to force evo to display the image
in the message before I send it, so I can be sure
of the content?
I use firefox here on ubuntu 9.10 karmic and you can save
a web page using SaveAs from the menu. The upcoming dialog
gives you a chance to save the page complete with images,
only the html or just text. When I choose "complete page
with images" and save it to directory, lets say, /tmp,
there is a file now with <page>.html and a directory
<page>-Dateien (german). I make an archive of the file and
the directory and send it to the person as an attachment.
That certainly is not copy-Paste-wysiwig, but it is efficient enough for
me, since, in practice, I don't send around html stuff very
In evolution, I have chosen under preferences->Mail Preferences,
tab "HTML Messages" to "prefer PLAIN".
That still gives me a chance to quickly open a browser page, when
somebody sends me html stuff.
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