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Thread: [Evolution] Special Mail Composition Rules

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    Default [Evolution] Special Mail Composition Rules

    Hey guys. I kind of like Evolution, so I decided to use it on my Gnome install. What I'd like to know is, is there a possibility to set up a rule, for which when i reply to an opensuse mailing list, which doesn't accept html mails, the mail client kind of 'recognizes' it, and sets up composition of the mail to be in text mode, while i have it set up to use html on every other mail?

    Thanks!
    Running openSUSE Leap 42.3 + KDE

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    Default Re: [Evolution] Special Mail Composition Rules

    + one more thing: How could i make it run in the background like the chat clients, when i kill the windows to them, they still keep working...?
    Running openSUSE Leap 42.3 + KDE

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    Default Re: [Evolution] Special Mail Composition Rules

    As a general rule I have never seen an email client that you could program the use of html code format in sent messages for a given group of addresses. I hate html mail it is the spawn of Satan. LOL I always just turn it off.

    Don't close it just minimize it. Some programs can live on the system tray some can't. Unless there is a option I doubt it can be done without a code change

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