++ 16/07/09 09:03 -0500 - Kyle Wheeler: >> Since mutt is set to prefer text/plain, all I see is the plain text >> message, with no indication that there is an attachment (or even an >> html part). > >First, of course there's no obvious indication that there's an html >part. Why should there be? Unless you press v to view the MIME >hierarchy of the message, mutt doesn't tell you about alternative >components to your email. [...] The same issue has been discussed before on this list: . Kyle did a good job of explaining at .  <http://www.mail-archive.com/mutt-users@xxxxxxxx/msg37364.html>  <http://www.mail-archive.com/mutt-users@xxxxxxxx/msg37430.html> -- Rejo Zenger . <rejo@xxxxxxxxx> . 0x21DBEFD4 . <https://rejo.zenger.nl> GPG encrypted e-mail prefered.
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