I love mozilla. Just like netscape, it has a little-used feature to load a multi-part MIME archive. This archive type has the MHT extension when saved by internet explorer. This archive format is a supported by our company's( datadynamics.com) HTMLexport product. There is a glitch when loading the document in mozilla. load or http://www.datadynamics.com/activereports/ar2showcase/GenerateCache.asp?rpt=simpleunboundhtml You will see the Â for each non-breaking-space ( ) in the source document. This is the bug. I don't expect mozilla authors to get frames in MHT working. ;)
So... I just tried using a command-line tool to see the raw data that the server sends and the server just closes the connection... any idea why that is? (I suspect that the quoted-printable encoding is to blame here, but without seeing the raw network data it's hard to tell...)
Umm... I don't think Mozilla supports MHT files in the browser. (It does in e-mail.) I think this is a dupe of bug 18764.
I see the same bug if I save google.com as .mht with Internet Explorer 6 and then load the .mht file in Mozilla.
This is just a dup of the "support MHT files" rfe. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 18764 ***