At 09:20 31/07/2013 +0200, Andrew Brown wrote:
On 30/07/2013 12:48 PM, Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2013-07-30 5:16 AM, Andrew Brown wrote:
Remember to return your headers to "normal" otherwise every
subsequent email will be sent out with all headers exposed in the
email, generally looking like garbage.
Eh? All headers are *always* present in *all* emails *everyone* sends.
I think you're talking about the fact that inline replies/forwards
will show all of these headers in the QUOTED text (which is true),
and since most people blindly top-post, quoting the entire message
they are replying to/forwarding without snipping/trimming and
generally never even consider the implications of this, then yes,
the quoted text in *those* people's messages will end up looking
Not what I am referring to, I think you have misunderstood my content.
Er, could it be that you misunderstand?
What I was simply replying to Tom, was how to reveal the headers to
see if the email was spam. And no if your headers are in their
normal state/setting, hidden by default, they are never revealed in
any emails sent, that is the body text of the sender. Only if you
leave the option to reveal the headers on, will the sent emails show
all of the code and make the email look like garbage.
You are talking about "emails sent" and "sent emails" without
qualification, so you clearly mean *all* sent messages. And you
clearly think that display choices that you make in your mail client
can cause the headers of messages you send somehow to travel with
their headers inherently displayed. That can't be so - can it? - or
you wouldn't be able to make the choices you do with your received messages.
As the previous correspondent said, this setting in your mail client
does not influence the headers of sent messages in any way. It may
be, of course, that the current state of display in your mail client
will affect what text is included in the body of any message prepared
by you as a reply or forward of a received message. But that is
somewhat irrelevant: as a courteous e-mail user, you would edit any
such imported text to include only what you specifically needed to
send, wouldn't you? The new message you are preparing will have its
own headers when it is sent (and accumulated as it progresses to its
destination); how these are displayed or suppressed in the
recipient's mail client is under their control, not yours.
In any case, the material included in the body (not headers) of any
reply or forward would surely be governed by your display setting at
the time the message was prepared, not when it was sent.
But this is all rather off-topic ...
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