I'm trying to use plain-text emails to submit posts to my blog that's hosted on Blogger. I've set my email client to use plain-text but every time I send a post, Blogger hard wraps it instead of letting the text just flow. I've tried this with different mail clients and gotten the same results. I'm 100% sure that I'm sending plain text each time. Does anyone know how to get Blogger to quit doing this? Sigh. Maybe I'll switch to Wordpress...
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The only way around I know is... Posting the mail using html. Even if you don't know html, you can make use of it, using a single html tag. When you create a new post, hit the link bellow the text body that says "post options". In the area that deploys, where says "Edit html line breaks", change it to select : "Use
Now when you paste the mails, beware that there will be no carriage return unless you put it with a
That's all. If you want to automate it, should be super easy to code some python code, or any other script, to parse the emails plain text and replace (well, you can even use a text editor like NoteTab Light for that, no code needed) the line break characters with
That should work...