My bad, I'm so used to running through these setup "wizards" and
clicking next through most of the default settings...
I think i've got it set up right so i can use enigmail and read/write
html e-mail if i need to.
On 06/15/2012 08:40 AM, Olav Seyfarth wrote:
> Hi Rob,
> I admit that there is no topic in the FAQ that covers this in depth.
> In short: HTML and PGP inline encryption don't play well together.
> The Enigmail wizard tries to make sure your messages verify OK.
> That is a tradeoff.
> If you look closer, the wizard recommends to change some TB settings
> (particularly those for handling HTML) and /offers/ you to modify them,
> you may even examine what it would modify and choose not to.
> I agree that it /might/ be good to restore settings in an
> scenario, but not after half a year of usage since many users will have
> settings by then to their liking.
> But to be able to create or receive HTML messages it is by no means
> to backup/restore whole profiles. The relevant /Thunderbird/ settings are
> accessible through the usual TB menus and settings (transl. from german):
> Composition: Tools - Settings - Composition - General - Send Options
> Display: View - Content - Original HTML
> I also tried google and found
> http://superuser.com/questions/282016/html-or-rich-e-mails-do-not-work-with-enigmal-in-thunderbird >
> BTW: There is a way to compose a new HTML message while HTML is
> by default: hold down SHIFT while you click on "Compose new message".
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