593.12 KB, message/rfc822
No crash, just fails to tell me that the message has an attachment. The sender is Apple Mail (2.481) which was running on MacOS X.
Created attachment 85702 [details] This is an email message containing an attachment which mozilla fails to display.
QA Contact: yulian → stephend
The MIME structure of the message attached to this bug is not formed exactly as I would have expected. It is: Msg: multipart/alternative P1: text/plain (plain-text text, textual "Attachment" note, and sig) P2: multipart/mixed P2.1: text/enriched (rich-text version of the text) P2.2: application/pdf P2.3: text/enriched (rich-text version of the sig) I would have expected: Msg: multipart/mixed P1: multipart/alternative P1.1: text/plain P1.2: text/enriched (text and sig in one part, thank you very much) P2: application/pdf I suspect that Reporter originally was seeing only the first, text/plain part of the message -- which doesn't *contain* an attachment. At any rate, when I integrate the (600K!) message from this bug into my Mozilla mail, I see three attachments: "Part 1.1.1" (text/enriched), the PDF file, and "Part 1.1.3" (text/enriched). Since the multipart/mixed part is text/enriched rather than text/html, the "View|Message Body As" setting has no effect on the display of this message. I'm marking this bug WorksForMe, but I've only checked on a Win2K system; if this is continuing to not work correctly on Linux (or MacOSX?) please feel free to reopen, with details please.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
See bug 234980, about how the 'text/enriched' parts are listed in the attachment panel as well as in the message body itself.
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