[MlMt] Workaround for sending a link from Safari via MailMate

Benny Kjær Nielsen mailinglist at freron.com
Fri Jan 29 05:09:00 EST 2016

On 28 Jan 2016, at 21:58, David Shepherdson wrote:

> On 27 Jan 2016, at 19.32, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:
>> I don't think there is a better way and this is also why I dislike 
>> the “digest” option for anything but read-only usage.
>> I was going to write that there is no formal digest format, but it 
>> appears an [RFC](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1153) actually 
>> describes a somewhat standard format. If the `Message-ID` is provided 
>> for each message then the problem appears to be that MailMate is not 
>> smart enough to handle these digest messages. When replying to a 
>> digest message then MailMate should identify its subparts and ask the 
>> user which one to reply to. It should then setup the correct subject 
>> line, in-reply-to header, skip the subject-warning, etc.
> It turns out, there *is* actually a way to do this in MailMate, I’ve 
> found: the All Messages folder has an All Message Subparts sub-folder, 
> in which each individual message from a digest appears. This seems to 
> be a ‘special’ folder (in that I can’t see any setting in the 
> Edit Mailbox view that makes it work like this, or a way to set up one 
> of these in the Mailing Lists smart folder, for example), but it works 
> — I can select an individual message and reply to it (like I am with 
> this one!).

Oh, I actually thought the digest format was one single body part. In 
this case, MailMate could also make it easier by providing more options 
in the context sensitive menu of an embedded message. I'll keep that in 

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