On Sat, Mar 07, 2009 at 07:55:12PM -0800, Greg Stein wrote:
> I have chosen Gmail as my mail client. For very large emails, it clips
> the message and then offers a link if you'd like to see the full
> message. However, since the email below is a *short* email, but with a
> very large inline attachment, I *do not* get that choice. Instead, it
> is simply clipped.
It's not half as annoying in mutt, because it just shows
the second text attachment after the first, with a small
seperator string in-between: "[-- Attachment #2 --]"
(I know this is not an answer for you, just pointing out
what it looks like at my end.)
But it's very annoying in the tigris.org archives, where
when clicking on an attachment in a commit mail to get
the content of a mail causes firefox to ask you to save
the file because it does not know what to do with mime-type
> How am I supposed to do my work here? Why should we continue to stick
> with mailing list software that seems to break us every few weeks?
> (witness the loss of mail headers last weekend, after an unannounced
> downtime and "upgrade"; or the half-day "scheduled maintenance" a
> month ago?)
I'd like to see this fixed as well. The old behaviour (prior to
the massive tigris.org update a few months ago) was fine.
Please put it back (yes, I would not mind a downgrade to old version!).
Received on 2009-03-08 11:34:52 CET