From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020530 BuildID: 2002053012 Try to send HTML mail (e.g. image dropped into text) to multiple recipients: Moz sends only text and puts a text-only version into the Sent folder even if prefs are set to send plain text *AND* HTML. No problem sending the same mail to the same people individually. Moz also ignores the prefs option to "ask me" if some recips are listed as not able to receive html mail. After the first failure, I changed the address book so that all recips were listed as html-capable. Still failed. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.open mail composer. 2.Drag & drop an image file. 3.Send to yourself and at least one other person. Actual Results: Send status bar does not appear. Check "Sent" folder: size is small, no image(s), Recips. get only text, no image(s). Expected Results: recipients' mail and Sent folder copy should have inline image(s). My network = POTS & 56K modem. This should be at least noted as a "known bug" until fixed.
Repoorter, have you tried a newer version of Mozilla/Netscape? Are you sure you are using an HTML Message compose window and not a plain text compose window? You should see the formating toolbar.
Also, it's possible that one of the recipient has an entry in one of the addressbook and its setting for prefered format is set to plain text. That would explain why the message is automatically sent in plain text.
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