On 03/14/2018 12:58 PM, William Mattison wrote:
Using the "View source" function, here between the lines of
'=' is the header (copied and pasted):
The header looks fine and there should be 33KB of content. When you
view source do you see the message body?
> Did you copy and paste that? There should be a colon [etc.]
No. The only way of showing you the displayed header (from the message pane, not from
the "View source" display) is by manually typing what I saw. I did, and do, not
see any colons in the displayed header. I even looked with a magnifying glass.
Oh, I misunderstood what that was. I thought you were copying from the
actual headers, but you were showing what was in the top part of the
> Not sure what you mean by this.
In the message pane display, the full subject line looks like this:
Subject users Digest, Vol 169, Issue 74
Now that I know what you were describing, I understand. Yes,
Thunderbird puts the timestamp at the right side of the window on the
same line as the subject.