kmail: sending/receiving messages in HTML
Benjamin Lee Solosy
aethereal at aethereal.net
Mon Dec 9 19:11:10 GMT 2002
Thank you very much for your reply. However, I feel quite sure my ISP isn't
the issue here, since I can easily send and receive HTML format messages to
myself using Outlook Express, for example.
As Ingo suggested, this definitely seems to be a KMail issue (for whatever
Thanks again for your help,
On Monday 09 December 2002 7:55 am, Robert Black Eagle wrote:
> Yep. Had the same problem sending .png and .jpg files. If I send it
> to myself (done for checking purposes), I get it back just fine.
> However, if I send it and it goes through some other (unknown) ISP, all
> the attachments are changed to text, making them unsuable. I
> understand that some ISP's do the same stupid number on HTML code.
> You might check by looking at the full headers as well as send and
> receive from other selected individuals. If the problem is an ISP and
> the ISP can be isolated and identified, you can (and should) complain
> to the ISP operators. Not even all large companies have changed the
> ISP procdures of the companies they have bought, so, let us say,
> Verizon is okay but an ISP it bought has been left as it is. A
> complaint to Verizon is likely to get it fixed.
> - --
> Robert Black Eagle
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