[MlMt] '>' character not triggering HTML composition

Daniel Torrecillas blogs at torrecillas.com
Mon Jul 22 03:42:02 EDT 2019

Ah yes, you and Benny are right. I see that my other mail clients 
already make that symbol into some styled HTML anyway. Thanks for the 
replies :)


On Jul 14, 2019, at 10:44 AM, Tobias Jung wrote:

> On 14 Jul 2019, at 19:32, Daniel Torrecillas wrote:
>> Writing the '>' character for blockquotes is not triggering a HTML 
>> composition, for me, anymore. When I send an email with that symbol, 
>> only a plain text message is sent. No HTML.
> Same here, but I think this is right! (And by the way, if this ever 
> was different, I didn’t notice it.)
> After all, the '>' character IS the standard quote sign in plain text 
> messages so in my opinion, it’d be wrong that this one triggers HTML 
> composition.
> Kind regards,
> Tobias

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