[Greasemonkey] HTML email
jeff at vertexdev.com
Mon Aug 29 20:34:46 EDT 2005
In a somewhat related area, is there any way that Greasemonkey
could be extended to work within Mozilla Thunderbird? It would
be great to be able to script my daily email handling rituals.
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> Not to get all Unixy on everyone, but some folks use email clients that
> don't render HTML emails so when one gets sent to the list they are
> nearly impossible to read.
> If you don't care, that's cool, but one of those ppl could have an
> answer you are looking for. I personally just delete them when I open
> them and see the markup, not being rude, but staring at markup without
> the benefit of syntax highlighting is hard on the brain.
> So do or do not send html emails, just a suggestion.
> *gasp* ppl that haunt a list about a browser and js don't use an html
> email reader?!? Yeah, I know, it happens to work out better for some
> that don't run their client locally but on a server w/o a gui.
> Sorry for the interuption...as you were.
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