Yes, you can post HTML content through your majordomo list, but keep
in mind that this is considered poor netiquette unless you know your
users very well. It is still possible that people are reading their
email from DOS or UNIX based clients that do not understand HTML.
One other thing to keep in mind, is that HTML mail is MUCH larger
than plain text and you may have to adjust your listname.config file
to allow for the larger message size.
Lastly, you will NOT be able to use the message_fronter/footer option
in your lists if you intend to send HTML (MIME) content through your
lists. MIME tends to break these in majordomo (or vice-versa).
Academy of Personal Development wrote:
> Thanks for your help. I wanted to get a digest of majordomo-users but I
> don't think it exists.
> One question: Can I send html messages through to my majordomo lists.
> I have a large community newsletter on majordomo and have always
> sent basic text messages.
> Anne West
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Daniel Liston" <email@example.com>
> To: "Academy of Personal Development" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, November 22, 2002 1:59 PM
> Subject: Re: How do I get the digest here?
>>Your question is unclear and unrelated to the message you replied to.
>>If you are asking how to get the majordomo-users-digest instead of
>>the majordomo-users list, 1. I am not sure it exists, and 2. if it
>>does, you unzubscribe from majordomo-users and rezubscribe to the
>>majordomo-users-digest at greatcircle.com.
>>If you are asking how to enable a digest version of a list you are
>>responsible for, check the archives for messages from me with the
>>word digest in the subject. If you have trouble finding these docs
>>I will be happy to repost them. In fact, it may be easier for you
>>to find these in the majordomo-docs archives.
>>Academy of Personal Development wrote:
>>>Please give me instructions as to how to convert to digest form asap.