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Out Of Notes Part 1: The Challenge
Wed 19 Jun 2013, 03:37 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Copyright © 2013 Genii Software Ltd.
What has been said:
1054.1. Stephan H. Wissel (06/19/2013 11:22 PM)
I dissected mht recently and it very much looked like a mime message to me (minus the sender headers). So I wonder... if you rename it to .mime would it open in eMail properly? Also: I think Firefox does support it too
1054.2. Werner Goetz (20.06.2013 00:58)
What's about PDF as output format?
1054.3. Ben Langhinrichs (06/20/2013 06:55 AM)
Stephan - This definitely is a MIME format, but there are some differences between that and the .eml MIME format used for email. Midas handles both, and simply changing the name BEFORE you export will handle the differences. For example, .eml have mail headers such as From, To, Received, while .mht does not. Also, attachments are encoded inside the single file for .eml, but not for .mht
1054.4. Ben Langhinrichs (06/20/2013 06:57 AM)
Werner - It's coming, though honestly the EPUB format we support in Midas 5 may be more relevant and important for the coming years, as it is reflowable and opens automatically on iPhones/iPads and many Android devices.