Here is how to make ProtonMail compatible with misc@:
Click "Settings" up to the right.
Click the "Appearance" tab in the menu.
Under the "Composer mode" section there's a dropdown with two options, it's preset to "Normal".
Switch it to "Plain Text".
This email was sent from ProtonMail. I presume it's in the format everyone wants.
Yeah you can make the misc@ ML server filter away emails with hostile formatting.
>>On 3 Dec 2017, at 08:46, Rupert Gallagher ***@protonmail.com wrote:
>>Finally, the truth behind the aggressive behaviour against me. Some of you cannot read protonmail posts because you read the list through a mail archive with a substandard implementation of mime encoding. Well, fuck you and your mail archive. Upgrade, or die slowly.
>>Sent from ProtonMail Mobile
>>>On Sun, Dec 3, 2017 at 13:59, Stuart Henderson ***@spacehopper.org wrote:
>>>On 2017-12-03, Mihai Popescu wrote: >> Just filter @protonmail.com (I have it for message-id and in-reply-to), you'll have a more pleasant > misc@-reading experience. > > I use to read lists in marc.info. > It is a little bit off topic, but I dare to ask: what combination are > you using, like email client and misc@ configuration( i.e, daily > digest, individual emails, etc.)? > > I am sorry for the off topic. For most lists I just use mutt. For noisier ones like misc I use slrn (via news.gmane.org) as the filtering in usenet clients is a bit better. @gmail.com>
>>> You've been told your email client
>>> doesn't confirm to the netiquette of
>>> this mailing list numerous times.
>>> You obviously don't care, because
>>> you keep using it, so if anyone's
>>> being rude it's you.