>>>>> "JG" == Jim Goedhart <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JG> However, in the Digest, even looking at the same message that looked
JG> fine in the regular list, it is not nothing but raw html code. Even
JG> looking at it in the same email client where it just looked fine a
JG> minute ago in the regular list.
Majordomo uses the digest format specified in RFC1153. This digest format
is absolutely toxic to MIME. The only way around it is to use MIME-format
digests (i.e. embed a multipart/digest in a multipart/mixed) but this ends
up adding a whole bunch of extra junk that people used to the old digest
format are generally not happy with. There exists at least one quick-hack
patch to make Majordomo use the MIME format for digests.