For Windows

Jonathan Ely thajsta at
Mon Mar 14 11:55:02 CET 2011

I think I made the mistake of using HTML format the first time then
learnt my signature failed to validate. I realised it was because of the
HTML check box being checked; thus, I have disabled that. I have also
disabled the text signature for replies.

On 14/03/2011 02:24 AM, Remco Rijnders wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 09:06:20AM +1100, Ben McGinnes wrote:
>> Although I've received other email from the OP that did not include
>> the footer, so now I'm curious to know where it came from, especially
>> since he is using the GMail MX servers.
> Hi Ben,
> I exchanged a few emails off list with the OP as well, and that led us
> to conclude that most likely the original mail also included a HTML-part
> (scrubbed off by the mailing list?) which caused the signature to fail.
> The legal mumbo jumbo disclaimer was added by the MUA and not the MTA,
> so I imagine enigmail properly signed the footer and my original
> assumption that the MTA was to blame was incorrect.
> Cheers,
> Remco
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