Logo ballot reminder
andru at cs.cornell.edu
Wed Nov 29 19:21:20 CET 2006
CIVS originally sent text/plain emails. But it was useful to be able to
embed links and to preserve election description formatting. The HTML it
sends is pretty minimal -- I don't think it should set off reasonable
spam filters. At least, I haven't heard this complaint before. Making
HTML mail an option seems like a good idea, though there are already too
many options for my taste. If someone wants to write that patch I'd be
happy to include it.
I hope the election system has been working well for everyone otherwise.
Werner Koch wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Nov 2006 18:10, brunij at earthlink.net said:
>> Werner, your original ballot announcement ended up in my "Junk" box
>> accidentally by my filter. I only noticed it after a rare venture to
>> look to see what was there. Perhaps the HTML email is setting off
>> people's filters?
> Probably. Frankly, I learned it only after starting that poll and
> then it was too late. Anway, setting up my own election service for
> this one-time event and send proper mails (i.e. text/plain) does not
> seem to be justified.
> Maybe someone can come up with a patch to the CIVS software to add an
> option for sending non-HTML mails. It would be nice feature for other
> projects too.
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