No mention of multipart/alternative
I think you got it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ondrejko, David" <david.ondrejko@...>
To: "'Jay Glanville'" <jayglanville@...>; "Ondrejko, David"
<david.ondrejko@...>; "'Nagle, Adrian'" <anagle@...>; "'VIM
Mailing List'" <vim@...>
Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 6:20 PM
Subject: TEST ... was RE: HTML (was RE: unmapping?)
> > I'm not at work right now, but if I remember
> > correctly, the way to solve this conundrum is
> > to put the vim e-mail address as an entry in
> > your personal address book, NOT your contacts
> > list. In your personal address book, I believe
> > that you can state that this person always gets
> > sent stuff by plain text.
> OK, done. I chose the 'Send Options' and said that I always wanted to
> in plain text. Can somebody verify whether this email is now getting
> through in plain text ONLY, or is it still HTML or mixed text/HTML?
> > The major pain-in-the-a$$ part about this way
> > of doing things is that whenever you reply to
> > somebody at vim, you need to delete the vim
> > address and replace it with the personal address
> > book entry.
> I can live with that if it solves this problem.
> > At least, I think so. Again, I'm not working
> > right now, so I can't guarantee anything I've
> > just said.
> > Let me know if this information helps you.
> If this shows up on the list as plain text, then YES, that information
> helped me!! :-)
> Thanks for at least trying, even if that doesn't work for me. That's the
> first new idea about this I've gotten in a while!
> -- Davyd