HTML in email

Alan German
Fri, 31 Jan 2003 00:52:19 -0500

The use of html in email is certainly controversial. Many email clients 
let you ignore the html, or view it in a web browser.

Your message would occupy less than half of the space it does if you 
had used plain text only, and none of the meaning would be lost (imho).

<cliche>Sometimes less is more.</cliche>
<cliche>Every little bit helps.</cliche>


On Thursday, January 30, 2003, at 10:42  PM, Graham Heyes wrote:

> I just looked at my last mail in the archive and shaw that it looked 
> terrible due to the mail client sending both plain text and html. 
> Should I try to remember to send plain text only?