Thank you, Richard. I will check out your demine suggestion. Today we got a
message in a lovely pale blue color from an elderly subscriber. He's a good
guy, but very uncomfortable with changing things on his computer.
Unfortunately, we have subscribers on systems that make them pay by the
minute or by the byte, and HTML can add significantly to their costs. I'm
trying to cover all bases before an ugly, difficult problem emerges and
people get upset.
Thanks again for your suggestion,
At 03:35 PM 7/19/03 -0400, Richard Welty wrote:
>you may also wish to investigate demime
>which is inserted into the path mail is traversing and which strips out
>attachements, html email, etc. i've found it invaluble, and also insert it
>before email sent to -request/majordomo addresses so that poor souls stuck
>with mime only email systems (like some AOL clients that only send
>text/html mime) can still access my lists.