[sdiy] Those AS33xx chips again...
modular at go2.pl
Fri Dec 1 13:39:07 CET 2017
To solve the mystery before it will become the meaning of life to some:
That email was sent from web browser application of the email provider,
and I have absolutely no controll of how they format it, or add
something you don't like. Recently they changed a lot, but I use this
email for almost 20 years now and it's better that I stay there.
I use it at home.
Now this reply I'm writing now is created with Thunderbird. I use it at
If you be so kind, please analyze the source code if this one is OK with
W dniu 2017-12-01 o 11:39, Florian Anwander pisze:
> If you check the source code of Romans original mail, you will find,
> that he did send his mail multipart/alternative: text and(!) html. Both
> parts contain the same content, but it depends on the settings of your
> mail-client, which one you will get displayed. Andre uses a text-based
> The HTML-part of Romans mail provides correct linebreaks. The text part
> or Romans mail is missing the line breaks - no idea how he achieved it,
> but it looks like it is owed to Romans mail-client software.
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