KTextEditor && richtext (Re: [Design] New composer.)

Marc Mutz Marc.Mutz at uni-bielefeld.de
Sun Dec 1 15:59:41 GMT 2002

On Sunday 01 December 2002 16:41, Andy Fawcett wrote:
> Quite simply, outgoing HTML mails are banned in my workplace, even as
> multiparted/* because of security considerations. They're unlikely to
> relax the rule for one platform, no matter how good the
> implementation is.

Then those responsible for that policy show a remarkable lack of 
reality. :-) multipart/mixed has just attachments and multipart/signed 
is just digitally signed.

If they don't want you to send files, do they catch a toplevel CT of 
image/png? Or application/msword FWIW? :-)

Do they catch uuencoded files in text/plain toplevels? :-)

I don't think we should cater crappy security policies with KMail. You 
can see how we handle charsets. That's how we should handle text 


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