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From: "Adam Sjøgren" <>
Subject: multipart/mixed vs. multipart/related
Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2023 23:21:51 +0100	[thread overview]
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jwz has an interesting observation on that Gmail
displays a MIME message with inline images correctly when it's
multipart/related, but not when it's multipart/mixed.

That made me think - in which cases is it possible to switch out
multipart/mixed for multipart/related?

Yeah, Gmail should be fixed - and so should Microsoft Outlook,
Protonmail, K9, Tutanota etc. etc. - but in the meantime?

  Best regards

    Adam - pragmatism, defeat, surrender - choose any two.

 "I'm not sure it never causes any harm to all              Adam Sjøgren

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