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- Subject: [tdf-test] Order Mail #xxx (was: Digest of firstname.lastname@example.org issue 37 (178-182))
- From: Friedrich Strohmaier <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 26 May 2011 00:47:39 +0200
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Christian, *,
this answers Your mail ordered through
seems to work properly :o))
Christian Lohmaier schrieb:
> On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 8:32 PM, Friedrich Strohmaier
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Christian Lohmaier schrieb:
>>> Unfortunately, the digest did not include any base64 encoded
>>> messages this time.
>> strange. Probably this depends the way mails are created by kmail?
> No - just happens that nobody on the test-list did send a message with
> base64 encoding - has nothing to do with digest vs regular
The mails in question sent by me were not sent base64 encoded! This was
aparently done by one of the machines underway. This doesn't "work"
anymore for whatever reason.
>> If so this one should be base64 encoded as well.
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
One more "strange" here..
>>> So all I can say is that gmail is unsuitable for handling
>>> digest-subscription, as it displays all messages inline. It's not
>>> possible to reply to the single message (well, at least not if you
>>> want to preserve a thread.
>> That's not good news.
> Well - not really bad news either, as I really don't see a single
> reason for doing a digest-subscription with gmail. for a discussion
> list (i.e. one where you don't only receive stuff, but also interact
> with others.
That's not the question :o). It *is* done even if not reasonable at all
> It's a weak spot of gmail that you cannot reply to a single mail, but
> on the plus side it doesn't have any problem properly displaying the
> messges with various different encodings (utf-8 and 8bit encoding (the
> message-list from the maling list system, latin1 and latin9,
> quoted-printabl from the postings) inline (and I'm pretty sure that it
> won't have problem wih base64 ones either, just that I could not
> verify that yet.
>> [no individual reply with gmail possible]
>> which isn't very useful at all..
again: beeing reasonable is not the question..
> Yes. And even if the user would change the subject, it would still
> cause a new thread, as no references are kept... (also not when using
> plain subscription, it's a general "feature" of gmail to start a new
> thread when you change the subject. The only think I dislike about
> gmail really.
.. and the fact it spares You your own listreplies ;o))
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|Re: [tdf-test] Re: Digest of email@example.com issue 37 (178-182)||Friedrich Strohmaier <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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