Are there any known issues with BCC'ing HTML emails in Apple mail, and is there a reliable way to send plain-text URLs such that Apple mail doesn't put a hard newline in it?
Problem 1: a friend has a mailing list for a club with 150 members. She's not technical, and has just taken over the list from someone else. If I compose an HTML mail (in Windows/Thunderbird; it has to be HTML because it contains URL links), and send it to her, then she can forward it on to the BCC list with 'redirect'. This works, but it appears that some people (myself included) don't receive the email. We do receive plain-text emails.
Problem 2: if I instead send her a plain-text email with the URLs enclosed in
<angle-brackets>, and she forwards it on the list, then Apple mail will break the URL into two lines despite the presence of the brackets, and the link is broken (when received in Windows/Thunderbird, anyway). Thunderbird does actually display the entire URL on a single line, but it only treats the first half of the line as a link.