On Tue, 14 Apr 1998, Aaron Schrab wrote:
> At 09:02 -0400, 07 Apr. 1998, Nathaniel Borenstein <nsb @
> > Just a point of clarification: Most UNIX users can actually handle
> > text/html pretty easily, but they don't necessarily know how. Here's
> > how:
> > text/html; cp %s /tmp/latest.html \; netscape -remote
> > "openURL(file:/tmp/latest.html)" \; echo LOOK IN THE NETSCAPE WINDOW
> Great, now the message is being displayed in a Netscape window a few
> miles away. My eyes are pretty good, but not *that* good. :)
> And then there are the people who read mail on Unix machines that don't
> have Netscape (or even X) installed.
You should be able to get Lynx to display in a similar manner. I
don't know if you would really want to do that though...
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