From: James H. McCullars <mccullj@em...> - 2008-01-24 18:19:46
Hi, we are running SM as follows:
HTML Mail 2.3-1.4
When the HTML Mail plugin is installed and a user selects HTML as the
default composition type and then goes to compose a message and
changes it to plain text, the resulting message will have extra blank
lines at the top of the body (following the headers). This wouldn't
be a problem, except we run some moderated Majordomo mailing lists,
and Majordomo expects any "Approved:" line to be either a header, or
the first line of the body of the message. We have an administrator
who uses SM exclusively and he usually sends HTML mail so that is his
default. But if he switches to plain text for that message, he gets
several blank lines between the email headers and his "Approved:"
line so the messages don't make it to the list. This happens both
with IE7 and Firefox 184.108.40.206.
Has anyone else seen this? As a workaround, I can suggest he
temporarily change the default to plain text, then send the message,
then change his default back, but I think that would meet with some
resistance. Should I post this to the bug tracker? Thanks...
University of Alabama in Huntsville
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