Netscape mail is text just like any other mailer. Just because it is a
web browser, it doesn't mean it will be read as an HTML file. One
interesting note is that if you put a URL in HTML into the .intro file,
it will show up as a hyperlink in Netscape mail, but the rest of the
.intro file shows up with all the tags. I can't offer any other advice.
Pam Skillman wrote:
> I have a list-owner that wants his listname.info file to be HTML.
> All his zubscribers are using Netscape mail. I tried this and I
> am seeing the html tags in the mail. I don't use Netscape mail so
> I'm not sure if I'm supposed to be getting the tags or not, but if
> not, is there something I have to put in the .info file to switch
> content-type?? Is anyone else doing this?? TIA!!
> firstname.lastname@example.org Pamela J. Skillman
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