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Mozilla Thunderbird:  HTML Mail Question: Really Annoying!!!

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Anytime I add any sort of HTML to *ANY* email message, no matter who it is to thunderbird insists on asking me whether I want to send it as HTML. Obviously I do or I wouldn't have spent the time adding markup. Is there any way to default thunderbird to always send as html or text/html or somehow not ask me that annoying question everytime I send an email?

I just switched from outlook XP to thunderbird, really making an effort to get away from M$

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If T-bird is like Mozilla mail, there should be a possiblilty to set your preference:
Edit > Preferences > Mail and Newsgroups > Send Format, and you can choose send HTML as standard without asking.
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