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Re: emacs-w3m (non-member post)

Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@jpl.org> writes:

> `mm-inline-text-html-with-images'
>      Some HTML mails might have the trick of spammers using `<img>'
>      tags.  It is likely to be intended to verify whether you have read
>      the mail.  You can prevent your personal informations from leaking
>      by setting this option to `nil' (which is the default).  It is
>      currently ignored by Emacs/w3.  For emacs-w3m, you may use the
>      command `t' on the image anchor to show an image even if it is
>      `nil'.
> Please let me know if you have better solutions than this.

It might also be nice to have a command that'll load all images.
Sometimes I might want to see the message first, and then, if it looks
OK (i.e. not from a spammer, etc.), tell gnus to load all the images.


Rob Browning
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