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Re: [Nmh-workers] better HTML rendering for selective emails

From: Michael Richardson
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] better HTML rendering for selective emails
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2014 13:32:16 -0500

Tom Lane <address@hidden> wrote:
    >> I am looking another solution.
    >> I have tried exmh, but it's not really better.
    >> So I'm back to thinking about an IMAP server on top of MH (running on my
    >> desktop) plus thunderbird running wherever, read-only access is just 
    >> and it comes to UW-IMAP as the best solution.   I just want to be sure 
    >> picking the best solution here.

    >> Another solution would extract the HTML into a file, and then tell my web
    >> browser (which, if I'm SSH'into my desktop, is the browser on the 
machine I'm
    >> SSH'ed *from*) to load that HTML file.

    > FWIW, exmh has an ability to do effectively that, ie, pass off html chunks
    > to a browser for rendering.  I generally don't use it so I'm not sure how
    > smooth it is, but I remember that it's there.

    > What I do use a lot in exmh is the ability to pass off a link to a browser
    > to open.  I had to do some additional scripting to get this to work in
    > the

So, some of the reason I need better rendering of HTML is just so that I can
*FIND* those damn links.  That's why I'd rather just have it in the browser
to start with...

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