#7 BUG??? --> HTML-Mails converted to Notes-RT

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2005-03-10
2005-03-09
Daniel
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every message scanned my nas get's converted to Notes
RichText!!!
That means every formatting gets lost and all images
get replaced by a red [image]-text!

WHY???

Discussion

  • Thomas Kriener

    Thomas Kriener - 2005-03-10

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    Hello,

    this is new to me.
    My problem is, that I can't test this behaviour, because we
    have only Notes R5 Servers, so any Mail is in RT-Format in
    any case, even with a Notes R6 Client.
    It could be that my Dump-Function, with which I prepare the
    mail for the Bayesian-Filter does this. Normally it should
    just convert it temporarily.
    If you want we can try to check it together.

    Regards,
    Thomas Kriener

     
  • Thomas Kriener

    Thomas Kriener - 2005-03-10
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  • Daniel

    Daniel - 2005-03-11

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    Hi Thomas

    Also R5 has the possibility to receive HTML-Mails: Each User
    document must have 'No Preference' (Renamed in R6 to 'Keep
    in senders format') in 'Format Preferences for incomming
    mails' --> 'Prefers Notes RT' is only for R4/R5 mixed
    environments!
    I don't remember any additional server config to make it run...

    It seems that your filter is converting the original... If
    you'd like contact me directly to test that out.

    Regards,

    Daniel

     
  • Thomas Kriener

    Thomas Kriener - 2005-06-15

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    Hello,

    I met another Developer, who had deeper knowledge on the
    APIs of Notes.
    The problem seems to be that I use the C++-API. Using the
    C-API you are able to define a flag which would keep the
    original format.
    I will try to move from the C++-Interface to the
    C-Interface, but this would take some time...
    If there is someone who wants to participate...

    Regards,
    Thomas

     

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