neil at digimed
Apr 24, 2012, 12:42 AM
Post #28 of 35
On Tue, 24 Apr 2012 01:19:12 +0100, David W Noon wrote:
> > > Claws-mail also has that option, but it applies globally, and there
> > > are some email messages I receive (mostly marketing related) where
> > > HTML gives added value. Consequently, I would have to keep
> > > reconfiguring Claws to exclude/permit HTML as I change folders.
> > Or just click on the button to display the HTML version on the small
> > number of mails that justify it.
> That would require action per message instead of per folder; not an
It works for me, because very few HTML mails I receive are worth reading,
let alone reading in HTML, and it is a lot quicker than continually
changing settings. But I agree, a per-folder setting for this would be
useful. I wonder if it could be done with folder processing, changing the
default when you enter or leave a folder, but that is both wildly
speculative and OT.
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