unsubscribing, was Switching Email
jeff-kell at utc.edu
Sat Mar 12 10:05:41 CST 2011
On 3/12/2011 10:02 AM, John Levine wrote:
>> Anyone have a list of MUAs that actually support RFC 2369 with
>> subscription management widgets in the GUI? Surely someone has written
>> one but I can't seem to find any documentation to that effect.
> Alpine, which has what must be the cruddiest GUI on the planet, does.
> Too bad people prefer glitz to function.
And Glitzy MUAs and MTAs tend to be the least RFC compliant of all.
Thunderbird (older versions) had a plugin (Display Mailing List Headers)
that would do it, but the plugin is not compatible with the current
version[s] of Thunderbird.
Any MUA that has a toggle or view to "display all headers" may
indirectly do it if they create "clickable links" for http: and mailto:
directives, e.g., from this list:
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