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Emails with this attachment silently fail

I recently had someone (@comcast.net) try to email me (@gmail.com and @something.edu) including in their email 3 text files and a .docx file. The email never reached me and they never received any ...
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How to change default pdf viewer for all users in command line

I'm using Debian squeeze with Gnome Desktop for all my users. I have a group of machines to set up so that all users should use xpdf as a default viewer (rather than evince). I want this set up to be ...
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Creating multipart/alternative mails in mutt?

I'd like to create a text/plain message using Markdown formatting and transform that into a multipart/alternative message where the text/html part has been generated from the Markdown. I've tried ...
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Configuring Apache2 /etc/mime.types to display .pgm images

I'm trying to display a .pgm image on my Apache2 server, however I can't seem to get it working. I've edited my /etc/mime.types file to include the line image/x-portable-graymap pgm, but it still ...
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claws mail - modify email headers through an external program - for HTML messages

In Claws Mail, is there any way to insert / modify headers through an external program? According to this documentation on Actions, there does not seem to be any way to do this. Specifically, when ...
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MIME format issue moving old mail from Office 365 to a free Gmail account

I'm in the process of moving around 30.000 emails from an Office 365 account to a free Gmail account. I tried several ways to do this: Copying emails in Outlook 2016 for Mac from the original folder ...
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How to configure Firefox to handle text/foo internally?

I frequently would like to display text-like content (e.g. text/turtle) directly in the browser (i.e. without downloading it or opening it in a separate text editor). Is there a way to configure ...
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Associate MIME Type with Shell Script?

I want to associate any file type with a .abc extension with the following shell script: #!/bin/bash echo arg 1 is: $1 The .abc type files just have text, but I want to ensure that opening a file ...
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Only output curl result dependent on mime-type

Is it possible to make curl only save the output of curl -o if the file is of a certain mime-type? For example, I might use the following command to download a bunch of images off a server... curl -...
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Dolphin/Konqueror wrong file type recognition

In Dolphin/Konqueror files that are supposed to have "unknown" file type have "Microsoft Help Attribute Definition File" as their type. This also affect files without extension with special symbols ...
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Firefox: download all file types without prompt

I am trying to set the default behavior for downloading files in Firefox. Currently it opens a nasty dialog "open with or save", and i can tick a checkbox to perform selected action for this mimetype ...
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Is there a work-around for Firefox not properly handling file actions without a mime type?

When a web application delivers a file to the browser without a mime-type (such as providing a WAV file as binary/octet-stream rather than audio/wav), Firefox will always display the dialog asking you ...
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Chrome not rendering CSS with wrong mime-types

Certain web pages incorrectly serve CSS with text/plain or text/html mime-types. This causes Chrome not to render any style at all. A few big sites like gizmag.com are affected, as well as smaller ...
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How does Firefox decide what to do when navigating to offline file and no MIME is available?

I am working on turning a part of a website into an simple offline application suitable to put on a memory stick. This involves saving all html, images and linked files and changing URLs so that they ...
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How to configure MIME type associations for Safari 5.1?

I want to edit the MIME type settings for Safari so I could use MediaWiki's method to automatically edit text in an external editor, or more specifically, so I can change the associated application ...
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Apple Mail: “defaults write com.apple.mail PreferPlainText -boolean true” has no effect (?)

I am looking for a way to make Apple Mail on Mavericks displaying incoming messages as plain text only (i.e. all mark-up should be stripped from pure HTML-emails if there is no plain text version of ...
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Set audio/video/… file icon

I installed a minimal version of ubuntu then manually added openbox, pcmanfm, lxappearance etc. I downloaded an icon theme (Super Flat Remix), moved it to .icons and made it the default theme with ...
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Mutt, not respecting mailcap search order?

According to the docs (see "Search Order"), the mailcap below should behave like this: When I read a message, it'll be processed through lynx When I browse to the attachment screen, and select the ...
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Kitty Load Profile via URL Handler

I'm able to add the Kitty SSH Handling in Firefox/IE to load the hostname via ssh://hostname.mydomain.com, however I'd like to load a session instead of a hostname, i.e. ssh://mysession. I modified ...
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Setting mutt mimetype to handle multiple options

I've configured .mailcap for mutt to handle mimetypes of attachments individually, with different 'viewers' over the years which works well, however mailcap can handle only one application per type. I'...
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Browser downloads jpgs, doesn't display them

My browsers (Chrome, IE both exhibit this behavior), when faced with an href link that points to a .jpg file, downloads it rather than displays it. I think perhaps something happened with file ...
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Any Experience with Native Markdown in Email Clients?

Markdown has gotten its own Media Type text/markdown in RFC 7763 (and some registered flavors in RFC 7764) earlier this year. I’m considering to use this for emails. I’ve asked over at Software Recs ...