> Nothing wrong with rendering HTML: the problem is
> rendering images (and other external objects that
> involve touching the network) in that HTML.
Well, this is a different issue, but I also do worry
about the complexity of the processing that is triggered
when reading a mail (usually from someone I don't trust).
HTML adds a bit more--can you be positive that someone
can't overflow some buffer by, e.g., sending you mail
with some bizarre set of nested tables?
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