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Re: [Clip] Re: How to change email clip/prog. settings

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  • Axel Berger
    ... Nearly all mail readers I am aware of recognise the http://... in pure text mails and allow clicking it. All the rest allow copying and pasting. If the
    Message 1 of 5 , Jun 3, 2013
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      helvetica_switzerland wrote:
      > It is this line which requires the email to be sent in html format.

      Nearly all mail readers I am aware of recognise the "http://..." in pure
      text mails and allow clicking it. All the rest allow copying and
      pasting. If the recipient is too dense to eliminate newlines, then he's
      too stupid to be allowed unsupervised mailing.

      HTML on the other hand easily allows constructs like
      <A
      HREF="http://my.phishing.site/">http://your.trustworthy.bank/start.php</A>
      and a shockingly large number of mail users are not aware of the fact.
      In fact forbidding any HTML in incoming mail makes your life very much
      safer.

      So, no, your link does NOT require you to use HTML, quite the opposite,
      though I agree that many recipients are going to expect it.

      Axel
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