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Section - 03.18 How can I avoid reading the HTML version of the message?

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Date: 23 Jun 2000 10:19:34 -0700

  You might find that you have two versions of the same message within
  the message. For example, one part might have a content type of
  text/plain and the other might be text/html.

  You may find that mhshow (mhn -show) wants to show the HTML version
  This is a feature of the multipart/alternative content type. If you
  prefer reading the the plain text version over the HTML version,
  you'd have to remove the line in $MHLIB/mhn.defaults or
  ~/.mh_profile that starts with mhshow-show-text/html
  (mhn-show-text/html). Of course, the tradeoff is that you'd never be
  able to view text/html at all, but you probably wouldn't care.

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