Subject: Re: Pretty printing source code
>>>>> Norman Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > / Bob Stayton <email@example.com> was heard to say: >> On Sat, Nov 22, 2003 at 08:06:03AM -0500, Norman Walsh wrote: >> Um, Norm, it is a little terse to send an attachment with no >> explanation beyond the subject line. can you provide a little >> background about this attachment? > Bizarre. Matthew Braun found my accompanying text (thanks Matthew). It has happened for me as well, when I sent an XFig source for a smaller "Draft" watermark that would fit on A4 pages, when using FOP to create PDFs. What happens is that the MIME markup for the initial text/plain part is lost, so that the contents of this part is "outside" of the MIME markup, and therefore is not displayed by MIME compliant MUAs. Gnus users can see this text by positioning the cursor over the article in question in the summary buffer, and then pressing C-g to see the raw message.