Re: [xml] FYI VS.NET 2005 B1.

Daniel Veillard wrote:
On Wed, Jul 07, 2004 at 01:33:24PM -0700, Ron Ohmer wrote:
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  That's how I see you messages. Please do not post as HTML only
if you expect me to answer,

I think Ron's message was sent using Outlook Web Access. It would not surprise me if the software would send mails as HTML and offer no switch to change that.

But were his message HTML only, it would have been dropped by the spam filter here. It passed because it has a plaintext part which was inserted by the mailing list software. If at all possible, please turn off the generation of that part, it would help me a lot with automatic sorting :)

Regardless what people think about HTML in a mail, the fact is simple: it is being by very, very far more misused than used. The result is that more and more sites consider HTML MIME parts as a sure sign for unwanted content. Whoever uses it should expect increasing delivery problems.


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