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10.4: Use Safari to create rich (HTML) messages in Mail
Authored by: FenrisUlf on Aug 01, '06 01:00:46AM

I'd tend to agree. Though I staunchly send only plaintext out (even converting HTML to plaintext if I reply), I can't imagine why there's so much fuss with people using HTML messages. Granted, they can be annoying to us text-only folks, but other than that (and the inability to blanket HTML mail as spam), there's really no harm... at least not to me. But I'm still oldschool about how I format and send out my email... because I don't want it encumbered by weird additions that might make at least some of the recipients of my mail irritated. :)

I'd prefer plaintext, to be sure, but I'm not opposed to someone sending me an HTML message. (Thank goodness for modern clients, eh?)

(though all the people who use Outlook Express as their newsreader sure do make a mess of Usenet....)

I'd much rather watch the flamewar between VI and EMACs. ;)

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