Apple Mail has this annoying tendency to wrap long URLs with format=flowed. It would be nice if thunderbird could somehow detect that a url has been wrapped, and re-join it on the other end. Right now if I recieve a url from an apple mail user, something like: http://www.domain.com/Some/Very/Long/URL/file.html it can get wrapped to http://www.domain.com/Some/Very/Long/URL/ file.html When this is reassembled using the normal format=flowed rules, these come in as seperate words: http://www.domain.com/Some/Very/Long/URL/ file.html And so only the first part of the url is clickable and you don't get the first url Perhaps there could be some rule for this, like if the last line of a flowed line is a url, and ends with "/" then append the next word without a space?
This appears to be the same as bug 253284 -- the "format=flowed" aspect doesn't really seem to be pertinent, except that Apple Mail is prone to breaking URLs when f=f is turned on. (And not when it's turned off?)
No response from reporter, duping. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 5351 ***