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Sat Oct 9 08:29:22 UTC 2010
On Friday 08 October 2010, Gerhard Killesreiter wrote:
> On 08.10.2010 20:28, Dave Cohen wrote:
> > With markup like HTML, we consider it the job of the browser to
> > display it correctly. Email is no different.
> Email (as in text/plain) is different. It is not a markup language.
> > I still don't see any reason to break the lines. (Tradition not
> > being an influence on drupal in any other area AFAIK.)
> Drupal sends plain-text emails by default. Plain text mails should (in
> my opinion) be wrapped to 80 lines. If you want to send html-mail you
> need to use some contributed module. That module can undo the wrapping
> of the text for the html mails, if desired.
I would like to see an option on wrapping text email, perhaps in hook_mail.
Reason is that I sometimes use email for automated use, the recipient is a
script, not a human and wrapping would be a pain.
I have no problem with wrapping being the default ;-)
Perhaps it can be done with hook_email_alter(), haven't tried that yet, I'll
cross that bridge when I get there.
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